Is anyone else seeing student/low budget films where it cuts to a mounted car shot and the quality suddenly diminishes due to the tiny thing's compression?
Can anyone think of another time in the history of consumer video where a camera became THIS much of a fad? The harshness of its wide angle is just ugly to me.
It has the POTENTIAL to be a quality camera, but I feel like the company is riding the consumer wave as long as they can.
What do y'all think?