I’m happy to say that I’m the proud new owner of a Canon C100, Manfotto tripod, and Canon 24-105 F/4 lense. Here’s to a bright future together making kick ass films, oh beautiful camera, you!
I’ve never been a gear head, and I’m still not one now, but it’s hard for me to not be like a kid on Christmas morning when it comes to this piece of machinery. I’ve worked with the C100 a couple times before, so I know just how capable and reliable this camera is. My excitement is well warranted.
A lot of people that I’ve met on this journey so far have told me that it’s really not about the gear you have, it’s about what you produce with the gear you have. I agree. And I’m proud of the work I was able to do with my t5i despite it’s obvious shortcomings. It’s a fine camera for beginners who are producing content for the web, and I’ll definitely hang onto it for photography and in case I need a B cam.
For the foreseeable future, though, I’ll be riding my C100 for everything.