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I know these videos are made very sharp to exaggerate the point, but they are making some very good points here:

 

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Sandy on next gen EV tech:
 

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I must say that "electrofuels" does remind me a bit too much of "digital film", which was proposed as a way to turn 36x24mm SLR cameras digital back in the early days of digital photography. While the idea and principle was noble, giving lots of old camera gear a new lease of life, it didn't make it into a main stream marketable product though. Some went a bit extra and made a full digital back for analog camera bodies, such as the Leica R8/R9, and some Nikon F5s with Fujifilm sensor backs etc., but these offerings didn't see much widespread use for long, as digital sensors got cheaper.

In short, "electrofuels" does smell a bit too much of the Kodak thinking, so to speak. And we all know where that went...
 
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