I really liked the video. I'm not hasselblad user but it addressed some interesting problems in the ecosystem of medium format photography. It's refreshing to see two photo experts talking about digital photography without focusing on sensors and megapixels. It's fascinating to think about the turn towards fuji lenses as for me this is one of the most innovative lens developers in our times (no offense zeiss) that has lens portfolio that consists lenses for large format cameras, medium format slr AND rangefinder (645,660,670,680,690), 35mm slr, digital apsc (with and without mirror) and compact cameras.
Other interesting fenomen mentioned was digital post processing that is build in to the modern cameras. This is something that is happening one or other way in every digital format and development of the sensors is happening together with the development of the digital processing power of cameras. Every digital body is a small computer these days. Every picture that comes "right from the camera" today is a combination of the environment (object), our skills, the quality of lens/cameras and the digital post processing. It's almost ironic that with every digital camera that I use has a growing set of functions that I have to disable from the start because there are too many things that camera is doing for me (and without asking). For me it makes more and more appealing to shoot film and set everything manually.
I did enjoy the demonstration of camera body and where something is made in. It was hilarious because thats the reality of many brand-camera users: most important thing in their photography is the fact where their hassy or leica is made in.
It's funny that most of the comments here are about the aggressive style of the interview. Why it's so important? Many discussions in this forum are way more aggressive then this. Instead of appreciating the content you criticize the author for it's style? Not the smartest thing to do in my scale. But then again, it's just me. I liked it and pleas post more things like this!