Also not the first time he's ranted on about Fuji vs DSLRs:
To me, someone declaring DSLRs dead or that APS-C is just as good as FF, is just as bad as the opposite - the person that spouts out that DSLRs are king or the FF is the only "real" format.
Both of these are uneducated viewpoints and contribute nothing. In fact I think of Arias less of a knowledgeable photographer now that I've seen that video.
Not all photography is the same, and as a result it requires different equipment. Different equipment requires different tradeoffs. Choose what's best for you, not what someone else declares to be better or worse.
Well said, DRR! I visit blogs that are specific to certain types of photography and hear so much animus and ignorance out there. Crop is all you need, primes rule, natural light is for idiots, L lenses are overpriced, only shoot with L lenses, etc., etc.
Each genre of photography has its own requirements and while any gear can be used, some gear works better than others. For example, shooting sports with a 3fps camera with limited AF is very difficult, but the same camera can produce amazing portraits. Large aperture lenses are wasted on landscape photographers, but necessary for sports & wildlife. A 85L is a horrible choice for most shots other than portraits, but can be used for other things. The list goes on and on and on....
To argue that any one technology, system, lens, or anything else is perfect (or pointless) is pure ignorance (or blatant commercialism supporting a sponsor).