CheersUK

CheersUK

Lives in United States TX, United States
Joined on Jan 3, 2006

Comments

Total: 163, showing: 161 – 163
« First‹ Previous6789Next ›Last »
On article Nikon D750 service advisory warns of shutter issue (337 comments in total)
In reply to:

BigShooter: Just pathetic, Nikon has really gone downhill, what a shame.

I am guessing they will still claim 'impact damage' as people send their defective units in...

"Gone downhill.." Man, where are you talking from??
Errmmm, lets see - Canon Rebel 6 Ts and i series sensor dots, previously mentioned shutter shock with various manufacturers mirrorless cameras. Oh lets not forget all those firmware updates from every manufacturer sends out that fixes issues.
Oh, I suppose you've never had a car break down either?

Its the nature of the beast for anything technical, and it's easy to focus on ANY manufacturer and pick holes in their quality control or flaws.

Does this issue or any other issue encountered by other manufacturers stop people creating great photos? No! Is it good that manufacturers address these issues as soon as possible? Yes!

Link | Posted on Jul 11, 2015 at 05:58 UTC
In reply to:

andyfw: Amazon really do seem to be desperate to get people to sign up to prime and will do anything. Even with the offers of huge savings promised prime is simply not worth it, most of my parcels never turned up next day.

Many other retailers also offer so many better options than Amazon, I still love amazon but have really cut back on my purchases with them.

When I lived in the UK, I used to shop at Amazon a whole lot. Now that I've moved to the US, not so much...I can usually find much better deals if I shop around, usually without paying sales tax and with free shipping. Is the lure of free 2 day shipping plus added sales tax enough to pull me away from the same item purchased elsewhere with no added sales tax (usually cheaper unit cost) and waiting a day or two longer for free shipping? Not at all!!
The thing that is the main reason why anybody would spend online rather than locally, is not having to pay sales tax...Amazon doesn't give me that incentive to consider them any longer.

Link | Posted on Jul 10, 2015 at 04:38 UTC

Nobody should be worried by this. By the time Greece has finished self destructing, it will have taken the EU with it.
In the UK at least: who listens to Europe anyway?? ;)

Link | Posted on Jul 5, 2015 at 02:06 UTC as 117th comment | 3 replies
Total: 163, showing: 161 – 163
« First‹ Previous6789Next ›Last »