I suppose it had to come, after video was introduced as "the latest thing" on SLR cameras a few years ago. I suppose it is surprising that it has taken this long! I am talking about AP now appearing to promote video as the way to get the "all important" action shot we have been salivating over for 175 years. You know, take a few minutes of 4K video, spend an hour or two going through the footage, frame by frame, to isolate the "perfect" frame. Why bother to learn about apertures, shutter speeds, ISO values, composition, etc, when it now all becomes so easy. If only it were so easy! Time consuming, yes, but taking video and taking stills are two separate skills; I am a reasonably proficient photographer and a crap videographer, mainly because I have no interest in, and therefore never bothered to learn much about, videography. Yes I have taken the odd clip on my compacts, but what I do not want to do is use an SLR camera for videography. My video camera (VHS-C) has been sitting in the cupboard, unloved, for about 15 years and it will stay there until the kids chuck it out when I am gone. I certainly do not want my favourite magazine filling a chunk of its editorial space talking about video, no matter how good it becomes. If AP's publishers want to talk about, and promote video, let them start a new magazine. AP is Amateur Photographer, and video has no place in the magazine, for me anyway. So, I am hoping that this is a one-off, or my money will be spent elsewhere.