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Maybe as Fred says it's a stage and I'm not going to throw away my Nikons or Canons and maybe some of this is just blowback from the way we have worked in the last few years, but I really like a camera that is a professional camera. I'm not digitally unaware and I'll admit it never fails to flip me out when I look at that casio watch sourced phase lcd, but when working with lights, in production I've really come to appreciate the digital backs.
We've done so much recently in post with this person put next to that person, that prop moved 4" etc. etc., all at breakneck speed, that maybe it's just perception but it seems I'm more thoughtful, even respectful when I shoot a larger camera.
Today a friend stopped by. Someone that started me in photography . . .one of my heros. He pulled out a little point and shoot and did a snap. Now this photographer I've known forever and I don't think before digital he probably would have considered a Nikon F3 a small camera.
Watching him take a few snaps with that little toy just kind of shook me and I realized that's exactly where I don't want to be, taking snaps . . . of anything . . . ever.
It was kind of like seeing Ronaldinho playing croquet.
One thing I do know, rarely if ever have I seen someone who owns a larger camera not eventually go back to it, unless they sold it.