D600 / D610 - A camera for the masses

Started Feb 20, 2014 | Discussions thread
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scokill Veteran Member • Posts: 3,262
Re: D600 / D610 - A camera for the masses

Humours Dip wrote:

scokill wrote:

Humours Dip wrote:

T O Shooter wrote:

Can't get into replying to the troll.

Thing is a D610 is a camera for the masses. Same as the VW bug was in it's day, a 6 cyl Mustang as opposed to a V8, a 600cc snowmobile.

They are not meant to be the best of anything. Just an affordable option for those that can't / won't spend the money on the top tier ones, or don't need the feature set of them. Same goes for household appliances, furniture, computers, clothing, and just about anything else you can buy.

Affordable, reasonable amount of features, never top of the line. Nothing wrong with that. And a perfect camera for those whose requirements match the features offered. High enough mp for most, good DR, light weight, U1 and U2 modes, reasonable AF.

Hardly required a thread insulting those that bought it.

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Photography - I do it for passion, not for a buck! It's just better that way.

It is far too expensive to be for the masses, outside wealthy America anyway. But it is a superb camera, far from entry level.

I see "non-wealthy" Americans walking out of every electronics store in America with a flat screen TV costing about the same.

I think it is the same in the UK. But a TV is for the family and I assume these people watch it every evening. So, as you say ...

Just a matter of priorities I guess.

I think you Americans do have more spare cash. It is amazing how many use high end pro gear to take snapshots of their kids doing sports.

For most it's moving from 46" to 60" or additional TV, so it's not like it's needed.  I have had the same 46" for years and years and have no desire to replace until it stops working.  I have 15 year old golf clubs, so no new purchase there.  We have 3 used paid off vehicles...and on and on.  So an investment in gear over 4 years averaged out is very small.

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