Seriously, sorry to start a new thread on this one, but I think the point deserves it.
I can't believe someone called scarlet a disappointment after this announcement. If you're eager to get 35mm dof, shoot on red, you're missing the whole point of this great little camera. 2/3 is still the biggest chip size ever to be found on any camera in this price segment, let alone size. Anyway, who is going to pull the focus for you, if this thing had 35mm dof, because I'd quite like to meet the guy. Don't you remember how amazed people were at the depth of field Orson Welle's images had. He struggled like hell to get these, because there were no smaller film sizes than 35mm. But it seems people are always trying to do stuff their tools can't do, while looking at the limitations rather than the possibilities. Some weeks ago I wrote that either way, someone was going to be disappointed by this camera. But today I'm surprised I was right, to be honest. Here we are with a camera that both aspiring or documentary filmmakers and RED one owners can put to good use. I thought this was impossible. And it shoots three-*******-K.
As for Jim and the rest. I'm amazed. You did it again. You shook this market to the bone, when it desperately needed it.
all the best, keep it up
Once again Spaceman Jim beats all odds to save the day!!!