Pointing the camera at something worth photographing is important. An interesting story would be nice to.
I am not really understanding how an optical viewfinder can be designed for camera that gives you a digital image. What I mean to say is; the optical viewfinder would not truly show you the image that the digital sensor is going to record. Would it? It might look great in the viewfinder, but then when you play the image back, wouldn't you have something different? I mean, how does that work?
My biggest problems with digital cameras are; how they record color and (even a bigger problem) how they track movement.
And in terms of directors/producers using digital cameras, well, shouldn't the test be George Lucas? Isn't he using the F35?