the king is naked: T is a $295 sensor in a $500 piece of metal

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Luego
Luego Senior Member • Posts: 1,178
Re: the king is naked: T is a $295 sensor in a $500 piece of metal

Daedalus2000 wrote:

Luego wrote:

RaajS wrote:

imsilly wrote:

The T wasn't the camera photographers wanted.

Really? You know this? Pray tell how.

Perhaps you want to take your head out of the sand and read what Leica customers were expecting to come along Leica's pipeline. Or have you been away too long from photography?

Do they really think we as photographers will pay double the price for slower lenses, less functionality and worst IQ?

Who are "we photographers"?

It blows my mind that you guys don't understand the difference between your opinion versus a universal opinion...

Well if your mind is already blown than nothing matters to you. "You guys?" it sounds like you have a pretty condescending attitude.

I'm sure there is a PhD dissertation somewhere here in figuring out why this phenomenon is so prevalent. Kostas, do you have any students you can get on this?

And this confirms it...;-)

I will let Raaj answer the rest, obviously you do not know him...

We'll see, but why is it so obvious that I have no desire to get to know him?...

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