life span of a camera

Started Jan 16, 2009 | Discussions thread
Gregory King Veteran Member • Posts: 7,322
Re: Bad analogy

Barry Fitzgerald wrote:

Gregory King wrote:

Actually, in essence, you're saying 1930's film cameras are as good
as today's digital cameras, by extension. And you realize that is a
silly statement, I'm sure.

I dunno

Leave it to Barry to catch the film comparison.

In pure IQ terms..

Tech pan can outgun 24mp...

Yes, but even comparing film cameras, most every feature has been improved...weight, metering, focus, and even antishake on some platforms.

The bone of contention here is practicality, and for everything but large format, the infusion of technology has made newer cameras much more practical.

And expensive.


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