This I shot over 10 roughly 12 hour days entirely on the F5. The timelapse shots are S&Q 1 frame a second with the rest here ranging from 120-180fps depending on what was needed.
Often I like the look of 120 over 180 but perhaps thats just tennis and something like motorsport I'd prefer higher.
A lot of the time the temperature was between 40 and 43 degrees and the F5 handled the temperature well. I did my best to keep it in the shade at the worst parts of the day but those temperatures were measured in the shade.
I absolutely love the look of timelapse with this camera. It does something no DSLR can do with timelapse which is record continuously. At 1 frame a second the F5 captures the entire motion of that second, then all the motion of the following second and so on resulting in very fluid motion and long motion blur. With a DSLR no matter what your settings, the DSLR has to stop capturing motion between every frame to save the frame to the card resulting in a different more steppy look. Another benefit of timelapse on the F5 is no moving shutter for every frame which shortens the life of a DSLR dramatically for timelapse.
The F5 exceeded my expectations and I would recommend one for any application.
This was all captured in SLOG2 and SLOG3 (although I'm still trying to get my head around SLOG3).
Shutter 180 degree. Tripod was a Miller DS20 carbon. Lens was almost entirely Nikon DX 18-200, great for an event like this where you dont want to miss a shot because your changing lenses.
I can also recommend the Blackrapid Sport shoulderstrap with its eyelet loop screwed into the Movcam top plate. This combination made changing lenses a breeze hand held or any other time I needed my hands free like coffee :)
Also anyone needing an extra shooter anywhere is the world for a project sing out :)