NAB is clearly the show for Blackmagic Design. While their older 2,5k Cinema Camera had shipping problems, it was a great tool that delivered 2,5k RAW for €2,5k. Now they added their Production Camera, which shockingly (for Sony) offers 4k for €4k. But the best deal for us amateurs and hobbyists clearly is the Pocket Cinema Camera. It shoots 1920x1080 native as RAW video or Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) to an SD card. No expensive and big recording deck needed, and all that with an active MFT mount for 995 USD. Why, oh why can't Sony do something similar? Until now I thought I'd have been happy with clean HDMI out in a 7 replacement, but for the money a proper external recorder costs I could almost buy this camera ... So please, Sony, add proper pixel binning and a ProRes 24/25p codec! Oh, wait ... nobody would buy a VG30 then ... Oh! Add it there too, Sony! Is it really that hard? If you want to know more, head over to the beautiful website: Blackmagic Design: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera What do you think about this camera? I, indeed, am tempted. But as E-Mount lenses can't be adapted - and I'm not going to invest in a second lens system - I won't buy it. Still, this got to be the greatest video capturing device of the year!