'checks' for banking are spelt 'cheques' in the UK (same pronunciation). Although they're basically obsolete over here now anyway.
Completely agree with Olymore. American and European markets offer some brand prestige but success rests on sales in Asia.
To the OP, I've seen as many Samsung mirroless in the hands of tourists in Edinburgh as other mirrorless brands. The most common type of camera to see is probably the superzoom compact though....
pannumon, Samsung have recently invested in creating at least one large sensor fab. Advances made by NX can also benefit the rest of the mobile division and vice versa. There's clearly some serious...
'checks', Barney? You've been in the States too long!
The average consumer doesn't even know what a DSLR really is. They know what a 'proper' camera looks like that is how a DSLR looks. They don't know there's a flappy mirror in there. Let's be...
Phillips, it's coming. Called NX400 or 500.
I expect new real-world samples whenever any camera manufacturer adds a new jpeg filter option, oh sorry, 'film simulation mode'.
They should have clearly stated the age of the D7000. Even a 5-year old Nikon has better DR!
Rucksacks for hiking are almost always made in men and women's models. Men and women have differently shaped bodies, you might have noticed. Women are also allowed clothes different to men as well.
Because it's just a good song?
It's a drainage hole.
You're right! Absolutely identical! I mean they both even go on your back!
Presumably they also don't stock Nikon then?
They did show the images. The 'clip' was the images. What's to say? You can see it tracked Barney easily and the shots were sharp.
Go see it larger, it looks less 'painterly' (whatever the hell that means).It's an image you have to let your eyes rest on for a while. It's not the typical "wow, look at that!" image which get...
Go see it larger, it looks less 'painterly' (whatever the hell that means).
It's an image you have to let your eyes rest on for a while. It's not the typical "wow, look at that!" image which get...
I agree with John. "Reached out to" is terrible corporate speak.
The kit lens is indeed pretty darn good.
You should be happy. More competition is good for photographers.