I've shot film, then video tape, now digital, down through my sordid life. Film was a commitment, you shot it, then either developed it or sent it out to a lab and prayed they didn't fry, over-develop or horrors, lose your negatives.
Then video tape came along, nice package, loss of picture quality, but most of us would accept the quick and easy use of it in exchange for waiting for the film to come back from the lab.
Now the wonders of digital. Hi-def allows us to look at the real, un-retouched subject.
Which is scary as hell for people in the movie biz who got by on soft focus lens all these years.
Now, everyone can be Fellini.
Just bring the talent.
Don't worry, there won't be any hi-def video here.
I'm still using video-tape..........for the time being.