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Am I reading this right? Is he comparing an a6300 to a 5D IV? Also, C-Log vs. S-log LUT deficiency, really?
Cool story bro
No one cares
Yo I love my Sony. To be fair it's all I know though really
Canon marketing paid for this.
What's cool is that there are several cameras(some 4K some not) that do not cost $30-60K anymore...to me cameras are a very subjective thing...each DP, Director, Producer have different needs and looks...
Perfect timing dude /s
have to respect the person who wrote his experience but it is not a fair comparison, i have canon and sony cameras and i love them both each for a different job, if he is on canon and wants slow motion or auto variable nd what can he do , and if he is on a sony camera relying too much on auto focus then canon is the way to go, but when you want to compare the Canon 5D mark IV with the Sony A6300 and relying on your comparison that they came on the same year, come on , the sony is for 900$ and it is the lowest end in the line up and the canon 5D mark IV is considered a top DSLR in the high range of canon's lineup, you can't do that, and then you mention that you have also tried A7RII and another Sony camera on the side . i am not defending Sony in any way, and i was like you thinking and talking about the canon's color science from a long time ago but through time and a lot of experience using a bunch of different cameras i realized it is not the camera that gives you the best image it is just a tool in the right hands that will do so. regards
MJPEG Codec of the 5D Mark IV is a joke, old bulky and out of date.
This is about the only thing that canon is good for now days #ripcanon #sonyrules
My Canon C200 Sensor is dead 7 days after using it. Less than 20 hours of work, mostly indoors. It made be realize how powerful the FS5 is and what a tremendous value it is. Sony has done a great job staying current with optional upgrades. Canon will never offer such upgrades. I have a chance to get a full refund on my C200 which I intend to. And I'll be purchasing a Sony FS5 once again!
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