I've heard people in other threads talking about how they don't care about video functionality. I don't get it. How can someone love making images and completely dismiss motion pictures?
I do both and it only seems natural that if you like one you would like the other. I just can't wrap my head around it only wanting one. I can understand people having a preference, but to buy a $3000 body an never shoot video on it? Really?
Yes, really. I once accidentally shot some video with a point-and-shoot when I inadvertently knocked it into video mode, but aside from that and the few minutes of frantic kitten activity I intentionally (if cluelessly) shot with my 6D, I've never used the video function of any camera I've owned (when I sell them on ebay, I add a disclaimer to that effect). I just don't want to do it (and if I did, I would buy a video camera). This isn't "dismissal" - it's a simple lack of inclination. Nor does it seem "natural" to me that if you like doing the one you'll like doing the other (it would seem more "natural" to me to want to paint as well as take still photos). I no more want video in a camera than I want a camera in a phone.
(Nor have I used any camera I've owned to create HDR images, take slow shutter photos of waterfalls, or do various other things I could have done with them.)