I wonder if they can fix my incredibly slack USB-C ports at the same time :-D
Vertical video is fine for shorter clips, but I find it starts to feel claustrophobic after a while... like wearing blinkers to block peripheral vision.
Our eyes are side-by-side, so it's natural for us to see wider than taller (for most people it's roughly a lumpy 5:3 oval). However, we're also lazy, lazy animals, so it's more convenient to hold your phone in one hand.
Personally, I think phone manufacturers *should* have used multi-aspect sensors, and kept the video orientated horizontally, even if the phone is held vertically.
However... they didn't... so lets see how much traction this gets!
Really Canon?!! As mentioned by Wouter, the 5Dii wasn't until late 2008. And Canon actually kinda skipped out on their (unintentional) participation in the "DSLR Revolution" by failing to push forward with what they'd started, quickly being overtaken by their competitors in terms of video image quality and video features; and secondly pushing film-makers towards their more expensive Cxxx series...
Generously I’d give them “3 years of the DSLR Revolution” ;-)
Sadly it doesn't fix the macro-blocking / smearing issue in 4K... :-(
Ah, the lo-fi hipster look! It's the dreamy, etherial antidote to the modern clinical world of 4K. It's also the antidote to traveling light, sharp images, and quick and easy shooting - which are possibly the main advantages of the XC10! :-D Still – love the way the highlights render.