>heart attack incoming
Ha, nice one.
bydloman: >$2,800/€3,100/£2,600Perfect exchange rates, I see...
>and I addressed it partially. You still didn't address a a single point, not even partially. Economy 101 lol.
>I can't help preventing you from sounding incoherent though, quod erat demonstrandum.lol, if you have nothing to say, just don't say anything: you'll leave at least a doubt over your stupidity and you'll not fill the internet with noise, it's a win-win option.Absit injuria verbis.
>Your first post compared ->EU<- prices with US price. I react to that saying the difference is partially due to tax and extra warranty.And then I added another example, and your posts are all posted AFTER that example I made, even two times, but same arguments. So, are you still replying to the OP or not? You seem a little bit confused about that.
>Next you mention one year warranty and price in Switzerland, both unrelated to prices in Euros and GBP with which you started your topic.For those not in the know, I add that the EU offers 2 years of warranty.As already stated, every single post of yours is posted AFTER the Swiss example.
>I got your pointFrankly by your posts doesn't looks like it, but it may just be your childish stubborness.
The rest is on the next post, due to characters limit =>
So what's the point in replying two times to the same post with the same arguments? Feel free to explain yourself with your own words lol.
>Dismantled how? Are you saying you went offtopic from your own topic? I haven't seen you mention any prices in Swiss Francs, so what else is there to react to?The point is the unjustified differences of prices between different countries (by a consumer pov, obviously - I say it because you may not get the point again), if you still don't get it, don't blame other people for it
>Had you done that, I would have simply pointed out that your country and the Swiss Franc are to blame. ;-)And you would be wrong again, lol.
Well, you even replied 2 times, and after my posts too. What's the point to reply 2 times to the same post with the same dismantled argument? lol
Switzerland is NOT in EU.
Meh, it's like speaking with walls...
Where I saw the camera it's usually 1 year of warranty. Even if it was 2, that still doesn't explain the difference, given the tax rates of Switzerland, period.
$1325 of taxes?!?
Anyway, I see there's a shop in Switzerland where you can get it in pre-order for a little more than $3560, but Switzerland has only a 7,5% VAT: that makes it $760 cheaper in US anyway, heh.
>$2,800/€3,100/£2,600Perfect exchange rates, I see...
Nice one :D
The Sparviero... :O
Airless: So if you used this adapter with the Sigma 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6, that gives an effective focal length of 12-24mm, you could have an effective focal length of 8.5mm at f/3.2? If so that is incredible.
Unluckily you'll probably see the lens hood at 8mm :-/ (you can't remove it)Should work at 16mm.
Tokina 11-16 should work at 16 as well, and if I understood it correctly you'll have an almost right 16mm field of view at around f2.
- So ugly it hurts- Small sensor for an absolutely NOT pocketable camera- Not even cheap- Not a single decent lens for the system ATM
Thanks but no thanks.
citrontokyo: Aahh, the internet. Manners and selective, conscientious use of language right out the window. Might I remind the readers that they can read the reviews for free? No, perhaps that would just be a waste of my time.
So, if I give you my opinion on a certain subject for free you can't criticize it?
delastro: It is now a camera which can be used for years.
And as a little hint if you want to know what is in the horoscope of the fuji x10 you can read it here http://www.astromonat.de - translate it with google ...
RuthC: Wasn't this supposed to be a 'Lace' challenge? Not a flesh and (almost) nipples challenge? I freely acknowledge that I'm an older lady, and so have different values to younger males, who are the majority of the entrants and voters here at this website. However, I wonder how many of you who think this is a great shot would be comfortable seeing it on your young daughter's bedroom wall, or on Grandma's wall? Double standards perhaps?
Yes of course madame, your entry is the one that should rightfully have won the first prize.
If only I could still vote, I surely would vote for this one lol!
Unfortunately I usually look at these pictures through the slideshow in homepage, so I couldn't see this pic in time :-/
(unknown member): As Much as I like all the features over the D3100 this camera still does not have EXPOSURE BRACKETING!! grrrrrr shame on you Nikon @#**@#$% - so no HDR with this baby and I'll wait for the D5200.
>This is the entry level system.Even compacts toys have such a basic feature. Since ages...
>a one-figure percentage of the average buyer of this cam knows what exposure bracketing is.>And even less would ever use it.They won't even use all the other useless characteristics of the aforementioned compact cameras for that matter.
So, can the D3*00 do exposure bracketing now?
Also, it's sad to still having video and no possibility to get stereo sound... Even compacts have this.You can record audio separately and sync it later but a mic jack on camera would be waaay more useful, especially for casual stuff, especially with this kind of camera...