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Re: Nikon D4s Officially Announced


Lee Saxon wrote:
Nikon and Canon really are done, aren't they?

Sony releases the A7/r, demonstrating the possible future, but aimed way too low for many serious photographers and with any number of ergonomic and workflow flaws that a camera (as opposed to consumer electronic) company wouldn't have made because they actually have photographers test their products. Serves up a PERFECT opportunity for a serious camera company like Nikon or Canon to respond.

Nikon responds by releases yet another minor iteration on 1999's D1. Seriously, that's the last innovation from either of these companies. Each time the megapixels get a little more plentiful, the meter and AF sensors get a little more sensitive, pattern AF leaves and comes back, and the price gets a lot higher. But this is a D1 mkVII.

Shouldn't they be getting easier to build, not harder? Shouldn't their seventh (fourth full frame) near-identical generation pro DSLR cost less than the first, not more? Better yet, for God's sake shouldn't they have tried something new by now?


nice piece of nonsense. when you can get this shot cleanly with your camera in the same environment post it. i tried to use the A7/A7r in Tokyo over Christmas. took about 10 minutes to go back to my D610. Sony likes to put out an unrefined unfinished product. what we call "proof of concept".

understanding a product and what it was designed for is half the battle.



Mar 19, 2014 at 12:55 PM
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Re: Nikon D4s Officially Announced


Lee Saxon wrote:
Nikon and Canon really are done, aren't they?

Sony releases the A7/r, demonstrating the possible future, but aimed way too low for many serious photographers and with any number of ergonomic and workflow flaws that a camera (as opposed to consumer electronic) company wouldn't have made because they actually have photographers test their products. Serves up a PERFECT opportunity for a serious camera company like Nikon or Canon to respond.

Nikon responds by releases yet another minor iteration on 1999's D1. Seriously, that's the last innovation from either of these companies. Each time the megapixels get a little more plentiful, the meter and AF sensors get a little more sensitive, pattern AF leaves and comes back, and the price gets a lot higher. But this is a D1 mkVII.

Shouldn't they be getting easier to build, not harder? Shouldn't their seventh (fourth full frame) near-identical generation pro DSLR cost less than the first, not more? Better yet, for God's sake shouldn't they have tried something new by now?


nice piece of nonsense. when you can get this shot cleanly with your camera in the same environment post it. i tried to use the A7/A7r in Tokyo over Christmas. took about 10 minutes to go back to my D610. Sony likes to put out an unrefined unfinished product. what we call "proof of concept".



Mar 19, 2014 at 12:51 PM
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Re: Nikon D4s Officially Announced


Lee Saxon wrote:
Nikon and Canon really are done, aren't they?

Sony releases the A7/r, demonstrating the possible future, but aimed way too low for many serious photographers and with any number of ergonomic and workflow flaws that a camera (as opposed to consumer electronic) company wouldn't have made because they actually have photographers test their products. Serves up a PERFECT opportunity for a serious camera company like Nikon or Canon to respond.

Nikon responds by releases yet another minor iteration on 1999's D1. Seriously, that's the last innovation from either of these companies. Each time the megapixels get a little more plentiful, the meter and AF sensors get a little more sensitive, pattern AF leaves and comes back, and the price gets a lot higher. But this is a D1 mkVII.

Shouldn't they be getting easier to build, not harder? Shouldn't their seventh (fourth full frame) near-identical generation pro DSLR cost less than the first, not more? Better yet, for God's sake shouldn't they have tried something new by now?


nice piece of nonsense.



Mar 19, 2014 at 12:40 PM
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Re: Nikon D4s Officially Announced


Lee Saxon wrote:
Nikon and Canon really are done, aren't they?

Sony releases the A7/r, demonstrating the possible future, but aimed way too low for many serious photographers and with any number of ergonomic and workflow flaws that a camera (as opposed to consumer electronic) company wouldn't have made because they actually have photographers test their products. Serves up a PERFECT opportunity for a serious camera company like Nikon or Canon to respond.

Nikon responds by releases yet another minor iteration on 1999's D1. Seriously, that's the last innovation from either of these companies. Each time the megapixels get a little more plentiful, the meter and AF sensors get a little more sensitive, pattern AF leaves and comes back, and the price gets a lot higher. But this is a D1 mkVII.

Shouldn't they be getting easier to build, not harder? Shouldn't their seventh (fourth full frame) near-identical generation pro DSLR cost less than the first, not more? Better yet, for God's sake shouldn't they have tried something new by now?


nice piece of total nonsense.



Mar 19, 2014 at 12:37 PM



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