Despite the recent decree that the Sony A6300 is “not suitable for use in general broadcasting” it’s still a camera with merit for its price. The following documentary on the stinging nettle herb and beer shows a good example of what you can do with it:
Kinefinity has launched the Terra 6k and 5K models ($6000 for the 6K model or $9000 as a package with many accessories) with 15 stops of dynamic range or 13 stops when in global shutter mode. These cameras use standard SSD drives and produce RAW or ProRes footage.
David Peterson of IronFilm Productions has written up his thoughts about the new model as compared to its competitors: Speculation: RED Raven vs URSA Mini 4.6K vs Kinefinity Terra 6K