Still photographer doing video to support print work through web extra content.
Also, I've wondered if the engineering problems are any harder to make a 35 f1 lens for super 35 (rough guess, not doing the math) than a 50 f1.4 for ff. I've always been surprised there aren't more fast primes out there for "cropped" sensor cameras.
Excellent video. One possible correction: When showing the out of focus green dot on the apple that was further away than the in focus red dot, the drawing shows that dot coming into focus behind the film plane. I think this is backwards. I'm imagining taking that picture with a view camera and if I want to focus on something closer I pull the film plane further from the lens. If I want to focus on something further away I push the film plane closer to the lens. I use a view camera as the example because its easier for me to imagine the lens/subject relationship remaining fixed while the film plane moves. With a single lens reflex usually the camera stays fixed while the lens moves in and out so not as clear an illustration...
As a stills photographer I don't find myself wishing for more pixels as much as dynamic range. A video upgrade would have been important too.
I'm a stills photographer (along with video for web extra) and this camera isn't what I was hoping for. In the 5d mark III I rarely find myself wishing for more megapixels. Dynamic range! Don't they get it? And I'd love more serious video capability, since as a stills photographer I shoot video with with the camera I already have in my bag.