I do some video of miniatures and I'm looking to upgrade my Canon T2i. A lot of the functionality for good macro videography has to do with the lens, but higher resolution helps as well so one can digitally punch in in post.
It seems for the $1-2k range, there are three cameras dominating the video market:
- Panasonic GH4 - Lower price, records 4k internally
- Sony A7S - Superior low light
- BMCC 2.5k - Records RAW internally
Considering my use case (miniature videography + talking head), it would seem that the GH4 is the best option simply for the higher resolution and cost. Does anyone else find this to be the case? Also, anyone have any favorite macro lens for photography or videography?