Yeah, but this won't last forever. Can't be too comfortable with those laurels.
That's what they get for not putting EVFs in their cams.
Just priced too high for what it is.
might as well bubble wrap and sell at walmart. not for the MSRP though, but more like $99 with 50 free prints.
Potemkin_Photo: Garbage. Why can't they just bring back the design of the GF1 and drop in a new sensor? This is ridic.
just bring out the gf8 with that design exactly and scrap this one.
Garbage. Why can't they just bring back the design of the GF1 and drop in a new sensor? This is ridic.
Gesture: To be of value, the new model should cost less at introduction than the previous one. Development costs have already been amortized. Too many models chasing too few enthusiasts just because modern manfacturing makes it so easy to issue different models.
Still overblown pricing. They should be real and intro it at $199. Nuff said.
Worth $99 at best. Disappointing that Fuji is now playing the same game. I guess they've tapped out in terms of innovations.
Francis Carver: Wow, why is Canon still making these horrid, horrid little cameras? And just what is "new" in these ones now, I wonder? Seems to me to be the same old same old.
Canon, the new Kodak.
Cameron R Hood: What a shame; they make GREAT stuff. Been a big fan since the film days.
Maybe someone can pick up their product line and equipment and continuing making stuff.
Potemkin_Photo: You've just been "Hasselbladded!"
Thumbs down, I was counting on grip handcrafted from endangered redwoods. Come on, Nikon, you needz ta keep up wid da bling game.
You've just been "Hasselbladded!"
"Hasselbladding it" will soon become industry slang.
Stephen Scharf: Wow, $2000 for what is essentially a bracket that couples a lens to a back.
ROFL! Some Chinese company will reverse manufacture this for $15 tomorrow and sell it on Ebay. ROFL!
Maybe you should do an impossible campaign x 2.
I'm sure it'll help your bottom line.
Paul1974: Someone is going to get fired. That camera sucks when compared to competing brands.
Double ROFL!It's like Canon blew off its foot with a shotgun and then decided to shoot down its airborne appendage just to make a point. But management hasn't realized that the point is 180 degrees reverse of what everyone wants.
This and projects like the Axiom are the future.
One can already hear the sounds of moribund dinosaurs like Canikon buckling their knees and crashing into the Jurassic dirt.
the snooze button, the panic button... the direct print button version 3. Yes!