06-13-2016, 02:11 PM
Quote:Okay, point taken. I will not call you "fanboy" again . Also, each sold Pentax K-1 which is not bought by a Pentax-customer is a good sign to the big boys to put more effort in their models.
I think, the effects of the earthquake will also depend on how many batches of sensors Pentax bought and got delivered, too. Because these days with lean-production the storage facilities are the trucks circulating between producer and client.
I'm well aware that many things are not so rosy with Pentax, from reasons started back in film days. And IMO Hoya was a disaster (at least, by holding Pentax back when the competition moved forward, and by using a market share diminishing strategy).
Now things are moving forward, new owner, we finally have the FF, new lenses including high-end ones; this is not the time for doom&gloom, but for moderate optimism.