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Kerry Pierce wrote:
Really Tell that to all the pro videographers and movie makers who are using them. DSLR video has had a huge effect on both those industries. Your comment reminds me of the old school guys that swore they'd never cut footage on an NLE back in the day.
Just curious. What percentage of dslr users are those pro videographers and movie makers?
What percentage of dslr users are just trying to get some home movies and would be better served by a dedicated, easier to use, video cam?
How many users used that "feature" as a selling point to the wife? Then, how many of those guys can get their wives to use it as a video cam?
I saw a new Nikon D800 owner last weekend at the museum. My wife thought he was a dork for sure. I mean, there he was brimming with pride, his Indiana Jones hat on, following his wife and kids, all the while trying to look at his camera. It was suspended in some two handled rig, and jutting out of the back was some screen thing like is used on computer monitors to prevent stray light coming in from the side. No, he was not wearing black Ferrari leather gloves.
It is probably a safety issue for those around whoever that guy was using one.