What with all the latest cameras being able to shoot video at a fairly good level, I was wondering how many are taking the opportunity to learn a new style of shooting/lighting, and how many are happy to ignore any video features on the camera. As more and more indie and mainstream filmmakers embrace DSLR video, how long will it be before they abandon the consumer models in favour of dedicated video cameras featuring large sensors (ie a dedicated tool for the job rather than a jack of all trades)? I can see myself using a camera for video but it wouldn't be its primary purpose, just something to play with. If I were looking to shoot video I'd be looking for a m4/3 / APS-C video system, not a DSLR. I suspect that most on here hate video on the DSLRs but I am sure there are a few who embrace it. If so, for what reasons, convenience, cost, aesthetic or other?