i'm in the market for upgrading my video equipment. I run a small videography company on the side and film a lot of local events, making run and gun very essential. I also like to make short films as a hobby, and some YouTube type stuff as well. I have been using Canon my entire life and would prefer to just stay with them, they haven't failed me yet. The two cameras I am debating between are the Canon XA30 and The Canon XC10. First of all, the 4K aspect of filming isn't extremely important to me. I know it's the wave of the future, but realistically the majority of my work will be just 1080HD. The XA30 appears to be one mean machine with all the bells and whistles and could easily be a great purchase, but I am intrigued by the XC10 a great deal. I know a lot of people have given it a lot of hate, but for what I do specifically, it seems like it would be a wonderful device to have. Kind of get that great DSLR video look, but in the form of a camcorder. Plus it is 4K, so if down the road I want to make than transition, whereas the XA30 is just 1080P max. What do you guys think? Should I play it safe with the XA30 or roll the dice on the XC10? It all comes down to wanting my footage to look as best as it possibly can. Thanks in advance everyone!