Has the DSLR finally been eclipsed? Kirk's take.

Started May 11, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: I find that actually
In reply to Raist3d, May 12, 2012

Raist3d wrote:

a bit too patronizing and condescending of him.

A lot of the pros I hear, sell their vision and are hired for it. They are not being hired for using D800's and Canon's EOS 5D Mark III's.

So now with the EM5 and the rest, it is now, that photogrpahers will focus on their vision and not on equipment. Really? And what is all the talk on the Sony, Canon, Pens (best camera ever, no need to buy anything else), no wait that's the G3. NO actually it's the EM5 now-> that Kirk himself has been posting in his blog.

Don't believe me. Read the blog past posts.

I don't know but seems like something is off- and it ain't me.

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Raist3d/Ricardo (Photographer, software dev.)- "You are taking life too seriously if it bugs you in some way that a guy quotes himself in the .sig quote" - Ricardo

Ricardo, could you actually, for once, respond to what is actually written (in Kirk's article) instead of how you intentionally misinterpret what is written ? Try it. You might like it.

Kirk has never said what you claim he said. Yes, it IS YOU, because you are taking what Kirk is saying and twisting it to suit your own muddled way of thinking.

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Some people operate cameras. Others use them to create images. There is a difference.



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