Did I hear Kelby correctly in the video when he was complaining about the D4 having to press the dial each time to scroll through each shot? I just tried my D800E and a single press/hold will scroll through all images automatically? Of course, if I want to stop and gaze at a particular image, I have to release my press. Same with a wheel, right? In fact, a press/hold seems easier than having to turn a wheel with the thumb as far as it can go, then repositioning the thumb on the wheel for the next batch.No it is not same with a wheel ... image playback with the Canon wheel is much much faster than scrolling through the Nikon button system on any of the Nikon cameras ... there is a noticeable lag between two photos even when you hold down the button on a Nikon camera ... with the Canon wheel you can go crazy fast using your index finger or thumb to turn the whee real fast, it is lightning quick. Try it with your D800E and then the Canon 5D MK III to see the difference.
First of all, I have both brands so I know how fast/slow everything is unless a D4/1D X are different from a D800E/5D3. Yes, I agree that a spin on the wheel is lightning quick, but how can one look for the correct exposure/composition, as Kelby claims he is doing, by spinning a wheel "lightning quick"?