Previous How Auto Focus has Evolved on the a7R iii in the Past 4 Years? Next Luminance Mapping Slog in Resolve and Juan Melara Video Tutorials I Would Switch Back to Canon for this One Feature January 23, 20183 comments1,661 views1 min read 3 comments Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode Just one last feature to go Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email You may also like Video Video Tutorials RTX 2080 Ti GPU for Resolve – Waste of Money? 291 views1 min read Video Video Tutorials How to Find Sony Camera Settings In Post – Video Files 244 views1 min read Video Video Tutorials My Favorite Way To Render Cache within Resolve 281 views1 min read 3 comments I am 100% with you Dave. You nailed it. I would switch to canon if the fix all these things . I think this is an excellent idea; however, I still wouldn’t buy Canon if they included this. I have built in NDs on my Panasonic ENG cameras. I also have a GH3 and a GH4. I used to use a variable ND, now I have a couple of regular NDs that I use. Yeah built in is nice but it is not really a big deal. Audio improvements like the audio units for the GH5 and the Sony mirrorless cameras are good but, I always use second unit sound. The sound they get from these units doesn’t compare to my SoundDevices MixPre 3. Okay, maybe it is more convenient. Brilliant Dave, as usual. And Canon knows they are lagging in innovation, so… Could happen!