New Quattro hands on video

Started Mar 2, 2014 | Discussions thread
Laurence Matson
Laurence Matson Forum Pro • Posts: 11,944
The difference is . . .

Roland Karlsson wrote:

I have now read nearly half of the posts in this thread.

Very strange indeed.

A guy takes his time to make a video showing the new Quattro and puts it on the web. Not maybe the absolutely best video ever made. Just like many other videos on today's net, it is quite hastily made.

And ... do he get a "thank you" for exposing Sigma and the new Quattro?

No ... he gets heavy critique and nasty words.

Here, for one:

(I know that has been linked before.)

And the fact that he is all over the place with this wobbling performance.

You more than most should know that truths in the Internet are as often that and repeated untruths. I, for one, started out all polite and "with all due respective" until I discovered that the repeated nonsense of someone like Steve G or dimage or Karl Guttag began to appear in other threads, on other forums and in other places as quoted truth.

So I push back and will continue to do so as long as I have keys to tap and specs to see.

Yes, this guy took some time to make a video. But that's about it. The rest is a lot of posturing and recorded ricardoing.

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