Why Are Pentax with Prime Selection Grabbing Some of Mirrorless Market?

Started Aug 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
Leandros S
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Full-frame upgrade paranoia
In reply to Richard, Aug 14, 2013

Richard wrote:

Leandros S wrote:

Richard wrote:

Leandros S wrote:

I've explained the maths, and others have provided examples, but you are stubbornly refusing to evaluate the new info we have given you.

Nikon and Canon have upgrade paths to FF.

Well, I hope you enjoy ruminating in your upgrade path anxiety while everybody else runs through the golden fields with the wind in their hair.

I enjoy Canon because I know it has all the lenses I could every want or not want and will produce the best cameras in the world used by pros.

I also enjoy that you finally admitted you were wrong Canon and Nikon have upgrade paths and Pentax doesn't which you were in denial about earlier.

Once again, untrue. The point is that you're at pains to keep your eyes closed to the beautiful truth that Pentax makes the best APS-C bodies, and a selection of small, sturdy, reasonably lightweight APS-C lenses to match, many of them fast primes.

You, too, could be living in APS-C wonderland with Pentax. Instead you're grumbling in your corner about what might have been. Well, guess what - some people never upgrade to full frame. Isn't that amazing?

Live in the now. Enjoy your Fujifilm, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Samsung - whatever takes your fancy. Fun is found in many places.

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