A tad harsh on those folk hmmm
They are trying help you...
Not harsh, just my take on reality.
Since I've been in some form of advertising and image creation my complete adult life, I'm not being harsh when I say that link is an ad, heck I love advertising.
I'm just calling it what it is . . . a sponsored vehicle that wants the viewer to be positive about this particular product.
Some of it is informative, (enough that we canceled our order for the C300), but it's still a company approved style sheet meant to promote a product.
You know, in all honesty there is nothing wrong with this camera, other than what most of the target market anticipated.
What just about everyone thought would come out of Canon was a 4k, raw file, 4:4:4 camera that produced a real 4k file at a price point at or below $10,000.
Really most people thought it would be at $7,000 to give the 5d2 crowd a reason to upgrade and do what everyone said was coming, which was a RED killer.
Instead we got something totally different and I'm not sure what Canon's intended market really is. Advertising is covered with the RED's and the Arri and maybe a 5d2 or panasonic as a small B/C camera or a crash cam, mostly due to those cameras prices.
Large scale television that wants a ready to edit prorezz file is fine with the Arri, long form theatrical seems covered by the RED One and the Epic and for immediate news gathering ENG cameras there are so many of those it would take a spread sheet to cover them.
There are also issues with the data stream and file size changing as the frame rates are increased, not to mention that if you want a Canon mount camera for casual handholding and a PL mount camera to add any of the hundreds of specialty lenses you'll need two camera bodies, which puts you into Epic territory.
Now Canon may have success with this camera, time will tell, but I don't know how it fits in the market, regardless of medium.
As an image maker, the one advantage I see from this camera is it's claimed ability to go to very high iso and it's lightweight for car mounts.