Well, I admit that FS700 and C300 are not in my budget.
Also FS100 should be out, but I like its Super-35 sensor that gives good low-light results (very important to me).
The Pana AF100 costs the same as FS100 but has on-board ND filter! That's great, it's true! But I have to consider the 4/3 sensor that can't give the same low-light results as Super-35, isn't it?
So I think I will use ND filters for budget reasons
and it will be a right pain!
Just about ND filters... ND_4 or ND_8 for Italian outdoor light?
A friend uses UV-filters simply as protector-filters, adding a Cir-Pol or a ND as main filter. Could it be good, or for some reason is it better to use a real protector-filter + ND?
About LCD vs loupe... I've seen the Varavon Profinder for still cameras with right angle view + loupe (HERE
). Could it be a good alternative to external 6or7" LCD monitors for still cameras?