Here it's colder than normal too. Wait...it's not gona take too long before the 40 grades on the shade come.
By the way it's better, I did a studi shooting this afternoon and the continuous light is really heating a lot.
Watched the video, yes it seems to me the kind of dslr stuff, good atmosphere but IMO too much defocuss playing, since dslr enter video the narrow d.o.f is been abused.
We have the same tastes about women. Perfect age, mature, no hassle, still good looking, experienced etc...
How is video? Is it much more complex than stills? All I can tell you is that there is a lot more things to know and take into consideration. The post-prod with the big boys softwares is really another story just to start to master the basics but on the other hands, the equipment is so good that a little step on the learning is traduced by a dream workflow unknown in still and a pleasure in use that I don't find on still post-prod environment.
In other words, much more difficult but much more rewarding.
Instead of working with layers, you work with nodes and that makes a huge difference.
If you want to have a taste of what I mean just check those little videos examples I link here. You will see the software's style.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1gAjqno4tE&feature=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZAcEuk8Fzs
Also, I'm working with fast optics that weight tons, with many blades continuous aperture , all metal heavy, all manual focusing, others on the opposite very small but man, I did some still testings and yes...optic quality is serious.
I received a rare optic from Russia today, 8 blades, continuous aperture (no click) and a quick session on the dslr today with the adapter it's incredible. Cine gear does not joke. PL mount, from Arri etc...
Angenieux kind of lenses from France, sure you know them.
Price don't joke either in both softwares and gear but I'm far from being rich and step by step I'm building a very decent arsenal. It is like everything, if you want to, you end doing it.