Then there's the matter of the aspect ratio. The relatively wide native video format is different than what many of us are used to seeing when we shoot stills with our DSLRs. And if you're used to the less-wide 4x5 format, it'll seem even more jarring. That effect is amplified when you turn the camera into portrait orientation. They show a photo of a bird and a few portraits in the video and the look a bit, well, silly. Still, shooting video in the vertical format just feels wrong. But, if your final goal is a still, you could probably get over it. You can also change the aspect ratio in video, but then you're compromising your video for photos, which is a change.