It's quite frustrating. The old way doesn't want to die and resists.
We know that in fact the technology is there, absolutly, for a complete "convergence" light camera that would feature both stills and video pro-grade capabilities. But the big problem is that there is a resistance from manufacturers because they have their existing pro video market to protect in wich prices are like Avid and Da-Vinci resolve politics 10 years ago in wich any screw costs you 10.000 bucks.
The big boys, Panasonic, Sony, Canon etc...are perfectly capable of putting today on to the table a camera with a MF form factor with 30MP stills, pro conections, Raw video 12 bits, 4k, built on military standart, weather sealed, high DR, high speed, image sequence capability at 1/2 full res, built-in ND filter, High isos capable etc...in fact a camera that would be suitable for both demanding high-end still and video imagery with very little hassle and with lightweight-reduce size. And oh yeah...for less than 10.000...
But the problem is that they won't.
They still think 2.000€ DSLRs-evils-cooldesigns for the wanabees and 80.000€ 3-trucks-10-assistants for the serious stuff.
Or...Red will force them?