For a while, I was really keen on exploring video and fully contemplated getting a BMPCC; however, after watching many outstanding videos on Vimeo and photography sites, I don't think video really offers anything extraordinary. For me at least. I've watched countless videos and time-lapse videos of impressive landscapes, city scenes and the like, but at the end of the day they all look much the same. They just tend to be snippets of sameness, no matter how well done, with one rolling scene after another and a camera on a slider introducing another epic scene. The vast majority simply don't coalesce into a story of any sort and give no compelling reason to watch again, even if you get to the end of one of them (which often I don't). For people doing commercial work and delivering video for customers, it's clearly a different situation. And it's a different story when it comes to the likes of family videos, where you want to record personal memories. But as for most of the stuff that appears to be an alternative to posting interesting photographs, I for one can't see how I could translate my still photography into video of any value. I guess it also shows in that whenever I've gone out with my camera, I've never thought to myself that I wished I had a great video capable camera with me right now.