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A surprise visitor in the test lab today :)
You don't get it, obican: To make sense out of those names you first need to take care about differences. So you'd enter first fanboy step: reading. The second, read again because of all wrong conclusions. At step ten you already invested so much time in getting the differences straight, that you need to wash twice to brush off all forum dust. But now you need to buy the cameras you learnt so hard to define. End of consumer freedom and what every marketing department is lusting for.




I mean, come on: Pentax with their characters/numbers mixture, Olympus, Fuji, Sony with half a dozen "new" models per week (or was it day?)  - whereever you look at, they want to make something different in naming / numbering and at the end it's all the same confusion. Nikon even tried another confusion with D3, D3x, D3s, D4s (but no D4x) and so on. Does it matter? Is it more important than the pictures? Speaking if that, how many of us have a naming process for the pictures and how many just leave the numbers?


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A surprise visitor in the test lab today :) - by JJ_SO - 12-16-2016, 11:57 AM

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