I don't know which t.v. show "invented" this camera work style - was it N.Y.P.D. BLUE? - but it has spilled over into the movies and makes me want to vomit (literally). THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM is practically unwatchable for me because the director decided that this ridiculous jittery camera work was what he wanted. Jesus, how much money was spent inventing Steadycam, and for what? So that idiot directors could go back to the days when people didn't even have tripods? Five year-olds have steadier hands than the jerks who deliberately shake their cameras! I am a movie aficionado like most people on this forum, but truly, I am seeing what might have been splendid movies being ruined - yes, RUINED - by this so-called "style" of cinematography. I can understand wanting to create tension and immediacy and a "you are there" kind of atmosphere, but not when it makes an audience dizzy, and not when it interferes with visual clarity. I won't even include Michael Bay in this argument, since I believe him to be an arrogant, incompetent asshole, but far more talented directors have chosen this style and, as far as I'm concerned, it is counterproductive to an audience's enjoyment of a film. Can we please get back to WATCHABLE visual styles and begin to enjoy action thrillers that makes sense again?