Thom Hogan on D600 oil/dust issue

Started Nov 24, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Thom Hogan on D600 oil/dust issue
In reply to Leo360, Nov 24, 2012

It's always a matter of taking the good with the bad when you read Hogan.  He delivers some good info, and then he takes his obligatory shot at Nikon.  It's almost as if he applied for a job with them and was rejected.  I suppose a number of people have emailed him to complain (I'm not one of them), so he felt a need once again to slip into that "impartial journalist" mode to write a defense.  This seems to happen quite often of late.

Everyone buying $2000 or $3000 cameras is presumably an adult.  Adults can handle their own problems and form their own opinions.  I don't need Hogan, or a poll, or a write-in campaign for that.  However, I did enjoy the meat of his writing about oil and dust on sensors.  We all get that occasionally, even those of us who don't own a D600.  He is obviously someone worth reading, if he would just drop the last one or two paragraphs of each article.

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