You are correct. I’m not sure how I ended up quoting you? It was intended as a reply to the post before yours. He claimed the C300 was a box camera. Which it clearly is not.Not really…I didn’t mention anything about a “cube” or dimensions. Pretty sure you used the incorrect quote…see how THAT works?
You are correct. I’m not sure how I ended up quoting you? It was intended as a reply to the post before yours. He claimed the C300 was a box camera. Which it clearly is not.
The C300iii is very clearly not a sphere. 5 of its 6 surfaces are effectively flat. Which makes it a cube.
Why is the slightly textured 6th surface of theC300iii preventing you from doing your work?
Sounds like you just have G.A.S. by another metric.
• There are way more than 6 surfaces
• “Effectively flat” is not flat.
By your definition the c70 also qualifies… heck just about everything qualifies. All cameras are “effectively” some sort of cuboid. But I think you understand the difference… or not?
As for GAS… it would have to bring more than a cube shape to win my money.
I can’t disagree! It’s why I’m hoping they don’t change much of the body / layout on the new generation; just additional capabilities. The C500 MkII has honestly been one of the best and most flexible camera systems I have ever worked with and this is coming from someone who owns a C70 and owned and sold an Alexa Mini and Amira. The C500 / C300 just offer a lot; RAW when needed and XFAVC for long-form docu-style and the AF, NDs, XLR…it’s just very capable. I’m not saying I’d be mad if they made the Canon “Komodo” but that ot just an “improved capability” version of the current body style to replace my pair of C500’d would easily get my money.Regardless, it's a pretty perfect camera as-is, which would explain why it's super popular. Amazing images and a joy of a camera to use!