Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K vs. Mirrorless with an Atomos Ninja V

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      I am a newbie. For background, I use to shoot TV news video … with a 16 mm film camera back in the 70’s. But all this new tech…wow. I went to the local camera shop and was considering a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, really, as a learning tool. But my salesperson questioned the wisdom of the camera, and suggested I look at a Panasonic Gh5 or Sony a7iii with an Atomos Ninja V if I wanted to shoot anything in ProRes or some other less compressed format. The argument: better focusing, better “run and gun” capabilities, etc. Is this good advice? Thanks for you help.

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