Isn't there a serious potential conflict of interests here? DPR reviews photography gear, and is now in the business of selling that same gear. How can we be sure that you do not give a product a more favorable review because you have a greater incentive to sell more of it compared to other products?
Is there any difference between buying from GearShop and buying from Amazon, other than the temporary free accessory deal?
Mikhail Tal: DPR Here are the cameras I want you to make TOP PROPRITY for review as soon as they are announced (roughly in the following order):
Olympus OM-D model(s)Panasonic GX7Sony NEX-7NAny other interchangeable lens cameras from Olympus, Panasonic, and Sony
Simon I am not claiming to speak for "everyone else", my comment is meant to be taken at face value.
DPR Here are the cameras I want you to make TOP PROPRITY for review as soon as they are announced (roughly in the following order):
Barney is the RX100 II the best compact camera ever?
DPR Why are you wasting time reviewing these ridiculous underwater cameras, they are toys for kids and nothing more, anyone who wants real underwater photos will get a housing for their real camera.
Mikhail Tal: simply beautiful... I wish they'd make it a U.S. model as well. I love those colors.
Queen to king's bushop seven checkmate.
simply beautiful... I wish they'd make it a U.S. model as well. I love those colors.
Volunteering isn't necessarily the most productive use of one's time. For example, feeding one child for a day vs supplying one person of any age with a consumer electronic device they'll use for 2-3 years. Obviously that is just a hypothetical but it demonstrates that feeding impoverished people isn't the best thing for everyone to be doing.