I like making short movies with my HDD Sony DCR-SR82 camcorder. Last night I was editing some video from a party using Adobe Premier 4 and some effects that I wanted was almost really difficult to attain. Then it just dawned on me, a lot of the effects I wanted could have been done on my D80 except that it doesn't capture video. I thought about it for a while, then a flow of ideas just kept coming and I seemed to have opened a whole new concept of video editing. On my Sony, I can't get the DOF I always want, I can't shoot in low light unless I use the infrared or nightshot plus functions, etc. I assume quality of the video would be much more impressive than with regular camcorders. So my question is, have any of you taken this added feature of movie capture seriously? And what are your thoughts and opinions? So far I could only think of memory problems, but everything else seems like a godsend. Interchangable lenses, the ability to use your filters, and all the other fine qualities of a DSLR at your disposal converted to video without having to buy a $10,000 video camera.