>However, you should know that professional film makers never >shoot a scene as long as 30min. Most scenes are clips of a >minute to three minutes. Then another scene from another angle >or different setting. This is how movies are made and this is >why the Canon 5D has been used for documentary film making.
That goes without saying and is a reason why I drooled over the $6000 35mm lens adapters for camcorders. I always wanted to do some DOF rack shots. The DSLR would be great for that.
But then, this thread is about weddings, and I don't think it's ready for prime time yet. I do see where still photographers would see it as an enhancement to their still product. Folks who traditionally see the value of video at a wedding would not.
They want to see video of loved ones at the reception as well as the entire ceremony. If the camera could get through the ceremony, they could make it work.
Scott Chapin Powder Springs, GA, USA Nikonians Team Member