They have made a lot of promises, and for every promise, later a excuse. I'd take a wait and see approach to see if they can actually produce and support them. Companies often have a tough time delivering on the hype.
All they have done is provide the best video IQ below $10K for around $3K. The first gen is finally out and shipping in quantity.
I was a Canon apologist for the longest time, but show me ANY Canon Cam that can do this.
No chance with the 5D3, not even on a c300(to be fair, the c300 has big-time advantages, in other areas not emphasized in those shots).
For the past several months people have been saying how wonderful they are based on hype, but BM could not deliver them, just excuses. Why would we expect that to change?
I am not a Canon apologist as your snide remark suggests, just observing the facts. There is zero history of ontime deliveries, of customer support, or any of the other critical aspects of the business.
I wish them success, but for someone who is counting on making money with their equipment, its a high risk based on their past performance.
Thats why I suggest a wait and see approach. Once they are out in significant numbers, issues will be found, thats normal. Lets see if they fix them, or just wave them off.
What will their turnaround time be for repairs. will they give loaners, its still a unknown. If that is not important to someone, they are either using it as a hobby, or in a business destined to fail.