right, but why are most of them made in china? it's cheaper. why is it cheaper? lax regulation is one of the reasons. would most people chose to pay a lot more for the same gear if it were to be...
if it were to be made in America (by a Japanese company, right?), you would complain that it costs $3,000. environmental standards cost extra.
no, a Nikon Df. maybe the gold plated model.
> implying that clients will be impressed by the value of your gear into paying more.
i think this might be a light saber, but using colder plasma (hence the name "ice"). it's probably not able to cut through space ship bulkhead doors.
but can you mount "Le CIA"?
pretty good price.
well, it's not like they forced us to like a fake reality.
pay 25% extra on all products!
believe it or not, in today's world, it is sometimes considered "backwards" to own a car or a home. i red that in Germany about 90% of the people rent. the wise "HR specialists" tell us that we...
oh, boy, epileptic seizure delivery! this really is a push-button age!
no, no, you got the equivalence all wrong. it is a drone at f2.8 that is equivalent to a boeing 737 at f5.6, which is equivalent to an airbus a380 at f8, in turn being equivalent to the space...
if i wanted my camera to talk back at me i would have asked for C&C in the dpreview forums.
that "my first Manual mode" operating style disqualifies this camera as a "serious tool".
this is the Leica "Nanny State" model. manual controls until it decides it knows better than you. there should be a firmware update that automatically plays reality shows, sitcoms or game shows...
i don't say this every year: this camera is "pimp". Ali G would have nothing else.
there yonder competition
this will go well with my pimp fur coat. if i had one...
this would go well with my pimp fur coat. if i had one...