Here I compare Canon C100 vs Canon 5D MK III. Because I am tired of the soft image the MK III makes, but I wonder if the loss in some features and gain in others means it's worth $4000 extra.
The C100 has a Tokina 11-16mm on it and the MKIII has a L series 16-35mm II.
The last part of the footage with the slides is stabilized in post, you'll see flicker in the trees because of this, and this alone. Sorry, better than wobbly footage. In the end, using this for a weekend was amazing. The rear screen on the C100 is no where near as nice as the MKIII, which makes it tough to be sure of focus in run and gun situations. During some interviews I filmed with good lighting and grading, I seriously sat dumbfounded for no less than 10 minutes, drooling over what came out of the camera. I will be buying this camera. If you want to, you can grab it from TexasMediaSystems.com - Ask for Terry.