After our recent switch to Canon's Cinema line of cameras... we thought we would ask ourselves (and our viewers): Is the DSLR video revolution dead?
Here are a few opposing blog post's regarding the topic.
Far From Dead: http://pins.planet5d.com/far-from-dead-a-reflection-on-the-place-of-video-dslrs-in-2013/
"2012 saw the release of a number of eagerly awaited digital cinema cameras, heralded by some as “DSLR killers.” These cameras were meant for motion pictures and promised luxuries, such as XLR inputs, super slow motion, and better ergonomics. “No more compromises” was the battle cry of camera manufacturers. Amid the general excitement among filmmakers, many DSLRs have been relegated to b-camera duties or left behind on dusty equipment shelves."
Death of DSLR's: http://notesonvideo.blogspot.com/2011/06/death-of-dslrs.html
"Using a DSLR to shoot video? That's so 2010! DSLR's are dead; they were pronounced dead at NAB 2011!
Its ironic really; 2010 had been "the year of DSLRs" at NAB, but this year everyone agreed that their moment had passed. Attention moved to the large sensor video cameras; from the expensive RED's and Alexa's, to the more price conscious SonyPMW-F3, Sony NEX-FS100, and Panasonic AG-AF100."
Be sure to chime in with your thoughts below...