From what i've seen/read, the 1Dx is considered soft and lacks detail like the 5d3, with slightly better low light performance. The s35 crop mode on the 1D-C is much better, and shows what they could have done on the 5D3 and the 1DX.
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The C300 in the UK is by far the number one broascast camera, the title that in SD days was the DigiBeta.
And all the people screaming about wanting RAW always seem to forget the fact that RAW files are massive and require lots of storage space (both for shooting and storing) and computing power. You can drop MJPEG files from the 1DC straight into Premiere and it will run without a hiccup. I mean it's nice to have raw, but even if I had a camera that did shoot it I'm sure I'd only use it a fraction of the time.
The 1D C is already facing that many problems?
Canon definitely could've waited on this one.
When your production skills outgrow the 5DIII, you should be looking at a C300, C500, or Sony FS700, because there isn't anything better in it's price range. ... oh ...and it shoots great stills as well.
Rubbish ... The 5DIII produces no moire or aliasing in video, whereas the D800 is about the same as the 5DII. Nikon is behind on this.
Misinformation is worse!
US growth? Average real GDP growth per capita over the last deacde: USA +0.6% ITALY +0.5% !!!
And that is after you allow for the Mickey Mouse (Implicit Price Deflator of GDP) inflation index that Politicians use to make growth look better than it really is (instead of using proper inflation rate like CPI-U Urban All-Consumers in the United States).... what happens when real inflation is 2% or 3% but government statisticians assume that it is just +0.8%? They can make 0.5% economic expansion appear to be 2%
...and all of this despite Helicopter Ben
I'd suggest you go take a look at the US Bureau of Census and see how many million migrants are entering the US each year and how rapidly the population is growing (a lot faster than your recovery figures)
If you're going to spend $12k, spend $3k more for RAW.
The OP should have written "Governments cannot keep screwing their citizens over" (by debasing their currencies with QE and absurd ZIRP monetary policy), but that would require some modicum of intelligence and understanding