[QUOTE="Ed_Ingold, post: 5631287, member: 419409"]they don't know how to use it properly[/QUOTE] Matthew Quigley: Said I didn't have much use for 'em, never said I didn't know how to use 'em. Used videos with various video cameras for a number of years while teaching Martial Arts. Slow tedious, expensive and time consuming. In the final analysis those factors outweighed any benefits and I stopped. Bad enough to look at vacation slides, or home movies back in the day - just when you thought it was safe, something else to fear - being subjected to amateur video "productions". Don't know if you've seen the shirt - "We need more Sax and Violins" There will always be those who prefer still images, and some who like video. More I believe will look at images than sit through a video. As to lack of media, plenty of people use antique processes by making their own. Not where I live, and likely not in my lifetime for either.