She has a valid point. What is $3000 worth of pictures that will last a lifetime compared to $30000 worth of wedding ring, wedding gown, catering, garden venue & decorations etc. that will be gone in a day (except for the ring). Wedding budget should be calculated as a whole and at least 10% should be allocated for your photo or video to cherished the moment. OR you can skip and save the 10% and keep your wedding day in your rightful mind. Maybe your friends, relatives, children and grandchildren etc are just not interested to to know about your wedding or how they came about into this world.
lokthefish: PHOTOboy73, what planet are you on? Voice control for a professional camera? I'd like to see how that would work at a wedding, or business presentation, or photographing wildlife to mention just a few photography applications. Do you actually shoot in the real world, or just sit on forums dreaming up stupid ideas?
Voice control? Hahaha.. I rather have a thinking voice control "Photo Printer" that can print what's on my mind.... Dream on yeah.......!!!
mee: Does the video quality of this D4 anywhere near MPEG-2 or R3D? I find AVC/AVCHD is very compressed, No?
Exactly what I have been thinking whether it will be wise and worthy to spend $6000 on 24Mb/sec or otherwise.
Thank you shaocaholica. Any difference in quality compared to Sony A55/A77 ? You still shoots Sony don't you?
Does the video quality of this D4 anywhere near MPEG-2 or R3D? I find AVC/AVCHD is very compressed, No?
Haha!. They should start to manufacture premium DSLR and lenses with fingerprint or iris recognition to get them to turn on and working. A DSLR will not turn on without the rightful owner. A lens aperture will not function / stop down either without the rightful owner too.
Just like the high-end laptops with fingerprint recognition system built-in.
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