Mind you, the 2/3" Scarlet is shaping up to be a really nice little camera. But you might have to actually spring for the S35 Scarlet and pay a full $7,000 for a Red camera that really unambiguously beats Sony's $200,000 flagship camera on all (rather than just most) technical criteria. (I sometimes wonder how the Red staff avoids breaking into exuberant maniacal laughter when they think about that sort of thing. For all I know, they don't avoid it.)
I don't see why the equivalent depth of field of shooting 35mm at around an f/5.6 is an "ENG aesthetic". Who decreed that the only acceptable f-stops to shoot 35mm at were f/4.0 and wider?
search turns up plenty of gorgeous photos that could easily be stills from a film. (Assuming APS-C is roughly equivalent to 35mm motion picture film.)
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