Clearly the last marketing stretch to sell the aged a6000 model. Therefore considering Amazon's 30 day return policy and a projected 25 life days this lust-inducing promo has we can expect the a7000 to be released as early as April 15.
To whomever has been holding, take three deep breaths, is almost here.
A digital Canon P, that would indeed make a bold statement.I enjoyed your piece and hope Canon produces a new P, or at least a digital Canonet.
I like the way you think,Cheers
I am getting spoiled by mirror less technology for I read on this piece of wonderful engineering and can't stop thinking that it does not justify the price-tag. I believe my wallet is turning cynical and my artistic palate is being let down by an industry canon who still believes that delivering the perfect camera in several body installments is meeting with their customer expectations. I for one think this marketing model is no longer sustainable and expect a bold movement from Canon in the near future to set in the middle of the table a new icon of technology and DESIGN and allow for this camera to boldly claim by its mere presence my attention, my love and my money.
Marty4650: If Nikon knows they have a problem with the D750, then they would be crazy to keep selling them.
They are right to pull them off the shelves, inspect and repair them, before returning them to the retail market. Why keep selling cameras that could create unsatisfied and irate customers. Take them back and fix them!
The "sudden disappearance" sounds like a good business decision to me.
Actually, I believe the D600 issue was not accepted by Nikon due to the posts from comments made in forums however by China taking a "this offense will not stand" position when Nikon tried to market the D600 knowing that they had an issue with this model. Is hard to understand how Nikon could "wave-off" their customers indications until a responsible move from China force the release of the D610 as a solution not much to address the US market but to save the a considerable loss of revenue from China's market.
Btw I love Nikon.
From the ad it will be a new contribution to the art of photography, a turning point type of release. Anything shorter than that would be a let down and an exaggeration from Canon's PR group.
Congratulations Nikon on the launch of the D610.Now, how do I ship-in my D600 to be replaced by the fixed D610?
Sony Nex has my vote.Please consider this in your totals.
Why would Leica feel the need to offer Silver Effects 2 with this new camera? Is like saying if you don't like the results straight-out-of-camera you can fix them with software?!? From a camera specifically designed to produce outstanding quality B&W shots?
Just imagine how great the 7D II will be, for a fraction of the 5D MIII. Or at least that is what I keep telling myself every time I see the 3.5K price tag.
Can we expect similar results on the Nex-7?
This minimal update release could only mean one thing,.. the M10 is only three months away.