#51 Don't take cat photos#52 Don't take food photos#53 On selfies, be sexy, not a nerd.#54 Don't shot weddings, travels and other important events of a lifetime.#55 Stop taking photos to the shoes.#56 Stop taking photos on McDonalds#57 Let the Cap at home.#58 Stop using filters, all photos looks the same.#59 Your backyard is not street photography.#60 Be creative.
Create Dont Imitate: Now they need to do a study about private companies hiring paid commenters to pose as ordinary members... who then come and promote... and endlessly defend all problems with the companies they work for.
Their comments are not their own... they are scripted and told what to say.
It is a common problem on the vast majority of websites that deal with products for sale... businesses attempting to manipulate public opinion by using social media.
Tough situation to deal with.
In my opinion... if a commenter working for someone they should be required to state in writing... in the comment... that they are doing so.
@VladNo it's you Vlad, I suppose not even know what you're saying, and what could have been charged. I'm talking about business, I know two who do, but not even this branch. They are completely different products. And I do not want to say names, reserves that right to me not to, they will not add anything important to this topic and the world of photography. Was simply to confirm what is going on and reported by Create Dont Imitate.
It is true and I personally know some cases. I'm not talking about names obviously, but there is a lot of people do this. And there in some companies specified department for these situations. they have professionals doing counterintelligence to shuffle all opinions.
Fanboyism is what most uninformed people want to read just for ego and comforting the mind. Many people say only good things of the product that has more to buy the same product or not to feel alone in your choice, and do not feel the urge to speak openly of their defects. These behaviors exist in all areas, whether cameras or other objects. Cars is one of the many great products that only talk their real defects after they sold the car. People are afraid to criticize what may have negative as well that still have the truth only comes to the top after they divest themselves of that product. Meanwhile, they want to feel and make others feel they made the best choice in the world. Some type of manhood or womanhood :)
They should offer this lens as a bonus in any Olympus M43, a funny gift.
This post is for G.A.S. Anonymous, everybody can now confess.
My G.A.S. is seasonal, and only buy what I need, and before buying I think long and hard before deciding. I think I'm well below the average of those who actually suffer from G.A.S.
CaseyComo: At least it looks better than the Hasselblad Lunar.
Is not difficult, everything looks better than Hasselblad Lunar.
My first impression is that really improved the higher ISO, but at the cost of some loss of detail, nothing problematic but relevant. I still happy with my I version.
Digitall: If the idea was previously buying this camera, okay, buy the RX1R(maybe), but if the idea was evolve of the previous model, it is better to be quiet and stay with the previous model.
Nothing I said goes against that or going?, But there is always people who read the way gives them more interest. Are options, and having options, I would choose the latter model. And this is MY opinion. Do not put words that do not exist please.
I started this way: "If the idea was previously buying this camera..."
If the idea was previously buying this camera, okay, buy the RX1R(maybe), but if the idea was evolve of the previous model, it is better to be quiet and stay with the previous model.
Pentax: Sell ice cream will be the next step. :)
Digitall: Great campaign. Indeed. This shows how cynical are social networks. The social has nothing, or very little. Social networks have become commercial networks. Unfortunately.
There will always be exceptions, it is normal there. we are talking in general and not in individual cases, where work relatively well.But yes, users are cynical, but the idea of a social network isn't, agree. If it works like a real social network, and is not exposed to commercial and wild, which unfortunately is what most see. FB, G+ has defined the objectives, the business side, are the people that make social networks, and it is here that there must be a change of mindset and attitude.
Great campaign. Indeed. This shows how cynical are social networks. The social has nothing, or very little. Social networks have become commercial networks. Unfortunately.
Cool video, more DIY please, for video and photo Macgyver's :)
Sam Carriere: The RX100 had a serious flaw which is replicated with this new version, unfortunately and that is the placement and too easy availability of the "movie" button. I can't count the number of times I have inadvertently hit that button. Video on a still camera is a gimmick I would very happily do without altogether. If I ever decide to shoot movies, I will get a video camera. This camera would be greatly improved if this button were not there at all or, at least, if it could be disabled.
It happened to me several times inadvertently pressing the video, it is a matter of software, and Sony could introduce an upgrade to disable this button in the RX100 I too. among other details.
Amazing how Sony is now in its second model of this camera with 1" sensor, and a space of nearly two years there has not been another manufacturer to compete in this segment.
Digitall: At least Richard Franiec can continue to sell their grip for this model, the same as for RX100 I, what is good. Regret is that Sony does not learn in the second version to redesign the camera to hold better. The Achilles heel and highly acclaimed by its users. But life goes on...
Yes the Sony have a nice grip too, shorter in height than Richard. I prefer the finger support on Richard model. But for the price, the Sony will eventually be the second best handle, imo.
At least Richard Franiec can continue to sell their grip for this model, the same as for RX100 I, what is good. Regret is that Sony does not learn in the second version to redesign the camera to hold better. The Achilles heel and highly acclaimed by its users. But life goes on...
Digitall: $750? cmon Sony.
Indeed, $2500 at least :)
I remain very pleased with my RX100. Technically I see no reason to renew. And the price of the RX100 was not very friendly, now the RX100 II became even less appealing in price. and keeping the same lens aperture at the end ...But I think the RX100 still has no competitors.