An artist studio in Ottawa for adults with disabilities is having an art exhibition at a local art gallery and I created this video for the art gallery show to promote a musical performance the artists were preparing for.
This video was my opportunity to try out different cameras - a Pany 1b0, an EX-1, a Nex-7, a Nikon3200, a Canon C100 - and a ton of different lenses - over the two months that I visited the artist studio. I eventually settled on a Sony EA-50 as the best compromise for my needs - I can do run-and-gun shooting, it has great battery and storage capacity, I can swap lenses, and I can eventually add an external recorder with HDMI out.
Like they say, every camera is a compromise. Generally, I find way too much attention is paid to cameras. As long as the visuals and story are compelling, and the sound is great, I don't think the average viewer gets that hung up on the picture quality.