From: nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: Ah well...
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From: nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: Ah well...
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 2017 07:48:59 -0500
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In article <ou0us0$98p$>, Noons<>

> >> No.  They build the same boring old cameras that were great news 55
> >> years ago: slrs.  The "D" in front is just for marketing.
> > 
> > nonsense. the d is for digital. there weren't digital cameras 55 years
> > ago.
> But there were slrs.  And that is old news.

slrs are very useful, with the results from today's slrs blowing away
anything from 55 years ago, including medium format.

> >> Nowadays?  No way!
> > 
> > considering what it can do, it's cheap.
> Like I said: nowadays? No way!

yes way.

> > nikon lenses are quite good.
> when they work...

they work quite well, so well in fact, that someone designed an adapter
so that nikon lenses could be used on canon cameras *and* converts the
electrical signals, not just the usual metal ring that is just a mount.

> >> Aww, let me see...
> >> Lack of modern products at a reasonable price, capable of keeping them
> >> afloat while other companies sell a better product and stay on the market?
> > 
> > nonsense.
> Good.  Keep using their crap.
> I won't.

your loss.