My experience with the Wave was not what everyone else in the review seems to be - which are mostly positive. For me, it was an unpredictable camera that constantly stalled production and probably lost me a client. It took a long time for picture to finally show up on the monitor, which would stall production. There was no reason for it to be doing so as batteries were charged, D-tap, HDMI, and everything was plugged in correctly (I'm 35 and have been doing this for a little while now, I wouldn't miss something like this). The only thing I could think of is that it didn't like my EF lenses?Every now and then, the monitor stopped receiving signal and sometimes this happened during a take, which again would stall production. The post-production workflow would also would crash randomly. Because of the time I lost during this whole process, I literally couldn't return the camera until a day after my reserved return date, for which I had to pay a late-fee out of pocket unfortunately. The renter Piero seems like a great guy, he assured me this hasn't happened before and that it was the first time, and that the whole situation was just odd (it was, there was no reason for this to happen) he was also very quick to respond to my many text messages when I was stressed out on set and needed some guidance, so that was much appreciated. I can see why they have great reviews. I honestly don't think I should have paid for an extra day given my experience, but I was so defeated at this point that it wasn't even worth getting into about. If it were the other way around, I wouldn't have taken that approach, but to each their own. So, here I am writing this review about my experience as I'm sure the renter could understand.