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FF is where the cinema industry seems to heading.FF is a photographers obsession where it is much easier to keep things in focus. If you are shooting a 50 1.2 wide open it will have to be locked off on sticks and that is boring. Imagine trying to keep a 50 1.2 wide open on a FF camera while shoulder rigged running down a country path. If this camera comes with R5 class IAF it could be an absolute game changer in that respect. But this is canon so I am not holding my breath.
Some one asked why RED doesn't have an RF mount. Becuase people that can afford a RED can afford cinema lenses and a crew. And the same reason they don't have an L mount. No one uses them. It will be interesting to see if Canon brings any RF mount cine glass with this camera and if there will be any new adapter options like RF to PL. The RF 50 1.2 would probably be a $30,000 lens if done as a cine lens.
Many aren't using a lens that fast in video unless for special use cases and most def would need a dedicated focus puller.
RED Komodo is RF. All REDs can be build with either EF/PL mounts. Popular are the Sigma Cine Zooms that aren't expensive at all.
What is the logic behind thinking an RF CIne 50 1.2 would be $30K?