So I've raised myself on Canon DSLR video for years. A few months ago, I got a hold of my first video camera with a Super35 CMOS sensor (F3) rather than one originally designed for stills. When I started taking shots with the same lights, lenses, and techniques, the F3 had a totally different visual feel to it. The frame exploded with depth in contrast to my DSLRs which now feel flat. Also motion registered with a lot more silk than before.
I guess what I'm wondering is, is that just the natural property of a Super35 sensor over a full frame still sensor? Or was it just because I was so used to cameras much cheaper, meaning the sensor's form factor isn't as important?
Was considering an A7s, but don't want another static image like the DSLR I already have.
Thanks for your input, whatever it may be.