Sony EX-3 Vs. FS-700
my organisation has been using an EX-3 for several years. It's been used around the world and in general all results have been great and it's proved itself a handy and concise bit of kit. The time has come however, to move on and we are considering Sony's newer FS-700.
My question is this: What are the pros and cons of the FS-700 compared to the EX-3 in terms of ease of use in diverse environments (e.g. At sea, in the jungle, etc). Does it lend itself to shooting on the go?
The main benefit of the FS-700 is its cinematic quality compared to the EX-3, but will we have to purchase endless attachments in order for it to be fit to send out with a one-man crew?
Please don't hesitate to ask if any questions need clarifying.