Aesop's fable and the D800

Started Mar 3, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Aesop's fable and the D800
In reply to Rational, Mar 3, 2012

Rational wrote:

In the well-known Aesop's fable, the fox was salivating about some juicy ripe grapes that it could not reach. "Ah, they are probably sour", the fox said to appease itself.

People with several thousand dollars' worth of Canon lenses will buy the mark III and rationalize why it's the best camera on the market in its segment for the price and how you have to be an idiot to buy the Nikon.

People with several thousand dollars' worth of Nikon lenses will buy the D800 and rationalize why it's the best camera on the market in its segment for the price and how you have to be an idiot to buy the Canon.

Someone just beginning to invest in a camera and lens system will wonder why the Mark III costs MORE than the D800, which looks much better on paper.

...the real winners are hopefully anyone who is in the market for the D700 and mark II.

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