>>I do apologize for contributing to the derailment of >this >>thread, because I know it was never really about video in >the >>first place. My only point was the fact that it's video >>capabilities was the key aspect in my purchasing decision. >But >>that being said, I will now vote in the poll with purely >still >>photography in mind. > >You may have left out the most important detail. Exactly what >category(ies) of video is/are your primary interest(s)? >Events? Wildlife? Documentary? Interviews? Inquiring minds >would like to know. >
I hope to do a wide array of experimenting when it comes to video usage. One of my main interests is simply in the field of color grading for different looks and atmospheric feels. So the subject matter is actually not the focus for me right now, but the editing process itself.
I have a few different friends who have dived (and will likely dive again) in the world of Kickstarter projects, so I expect I will often help out creating video presentations for such projects. I simply want to work on editing and stylistic techniques until I feel comfortable with perhaps tackling some music video or narrative short film projects. So I guess for me personally when it comes to video, the "what" isn't as important as the "how" for the time being.