There has traditionally been a gulf between still and moving pictures. Last century this was partly due to the need for for a crew to produce a moving picture and still pictures could be managed by an individual. Moving pictures were also more difficult to construct in that they (ideally) had to have a coherent story, whereas a still picture could squeeze by with none. Now, with the technology becoming so good, some can make a decent still or moving picture with a phone camera. Of course, even more can make lousy pictures, but we needn't go into that. Also, the media has changed from long format films and TV programs to anything from a 5 sec grab on Youtube up. How do you see this developing? Do you see the young of today (and in future) just taking still or just taking moving pictures? Or do you think the areas will tend to merge, with people using both depending on the circumstances? Our modern prosumer still cameras take excellent video, but they still take a lot of skill to realise their potential. Most of the users of the video capability seem to be pros who want to be able to use video on occasion, for example sports photographers who want that perfect still for the magazines and that moving footage for TV or internet use. Where do you see that going? I think that far more people will use moving pictures in the future, what do you think?