Sigma’s ownership of Foveon sensor – greatest loss for the photographic world

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Laurence Matson
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From the same people, who brought you . . .

Schleimmheiliger, Hahnenburger, Spazifizieren, etc.

And, of course, they sound funny. Just wait a few years. At least it is not fooden, weekended, etc.

Schubladesieren means to put in a draw and fugitit.

It certainly has nothing to do with thinking.


mroy wrote:

Schubladesieren is what we call it in German.

In German it's actually 'Schubladendenken' - in English: 'thinking (?) in stereotypes'.

Schubladisieren seems to be more common in Austria or Helvetia - for a German it sounds funny.

Doesn't have anything to do with Denken / thinking, though!

Apart from that: I fully agree with you.

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