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Fun fact
#11
(08-05-2019, 05:26 PM)JJ_SO Wrote:
(08-05-2019, 04:53 PM)Rover Wrote: So which review was that?

Earlier this day Klaus stated it was Nikon 24-120. Don't know why he deleted it again.

I let the folks on FB guess the lens.
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#12
Ah. I was close - thought it was something popular and not too complicated, like the Canon 24-105 L that everyone and their grandmother seems to be using. Of course I think like a Canon user. Smile
#13
(08-05-2019, 10:31 PM)Rover Wrote:  ...Of course I think like a Canon user. Smile

Nobody is perfect...

Big Grin
#14
Hey - that's what I am. Smile But to speak in my favour - I recycle trash. Big Grin
#15
(08-06-2019, 05:15 AM)Rover Wrote: Hey - that's what I am. Smile But to speak in my favour - I recycle trash. Big Grin

You wanted probably to say "I collect trash that someone can send it to the Philipinnes or Africa" - recycling lost it's innocence.

And I can say "at least I don't smoke"
#16
Well done on the many views ...... good to see there are still some serious glass addicts around .......

Yeah I'm a bit of a Samfanyangboy ....... in a modest way of course with my one lens  Smile
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#17
(08-06-2019, 07:13 AM) pid=\48168' Wrote:Let’s face it. The data is as is. Rational think person will try to understand it and takes conclusion.




My finding so far are – traditional photography is becoming niche for
-         Professionals – they will stay here for let’s say one or two decays. Sort of large/medium film format -> part two.
-         Enthusiast– they will stay too, but forever. They value the image quality.   Those that love dSLRs, or any traditional analogue/digital camera  for that matter, won't or may have just a little interest in modern photography. That is also the reason why those people who have no previous interest in SLRs, may love smartphones.
We already have seen those trends in
-         Swiss watches – Swiss watch owner will never wear apple watch. It is status it is symbol for them.
-         Porsche owners will not switch to Tesla too.
-         Paper& pen will exist forever even if PC, notebook, tablet, smartphone or smartwatch offer more – easy creation, share and archiving.  
 
I’ve made a bold statement. It is good to explain the reasons.
1.      I followed the photo-oriented sites and forums. “Canon Eos RP the new rebel” “Full frame mirrorless revolution”.  “SIGMA ART series paves new way of….”
2.      Lets go outside and look what the average person use.
3.      Lets go amateur photo exhibition and talk with photography fellows.
4.      Open google trends and ask him few questions.  - https://trends.google.com/trends/?geo=US
5.      Open financial data, sales numbers - e.g. CIPA monthly report. http://www.cipa.jp/stats/documents/e/dw-201906_e.pdf
 
#18
(08-06-2019, 01:21 PM)miro Wrote:
(08-06-2019, 07:13 AM)pid=\48168 Wrote:Let’s face it. The data is as is. Rational think person will try to understand it and takes conclusion.




My finding so far are – traditional photography is becoming niche for
-         Professionals – they will stay here for let’s say one or two decays. Sort of large/medium film format -> part two.
-         Enthusiast– they will stay too, but forever. They value the image quality.   Those that love dSLRs, or any traditional analogue/digital camera  for that matter, won't or may have just a little interest in modern photography. That is also the reason why those people who have no previous interest in SLRs, may love smartphones.
We already have seen those trends in
-         Swiss watches – Swiss watch owner will never wear apple watch. It is status it is symbol for them.
-         Porsche owners will not switch to Tesla too.
-         Paper& pen will exist forever even if PC, notebook, tablet, smartphone or smartwatch offer more – easy creation, share and archiving.  
 
I’ve made a bold statement. It is good to explain the reasons.
1.      I followed the photo-oriented sites and forums. “Canon Eos RP the new rebel” “Full frame mirrorless revolution”.  “SIGMA ART series paves new way of….”
2.      Lets go outside and look what the average person use.
3.      Lets go amateur photo exhibition and talk with photography fellows.
4.      Open google trends and ask him few questions.  - https://trends.google.com/trends/?geo=US
5.      Open financial data, sales numbers - e.g. CIPA monthly report.
 

Without the wish of being indiscrete, but what substances were smoked, drunk or else taken before hammering out this post?

It's just not fitting to the subject, to the thread title and appears to be at the wrong place.   Undecided
#19
(08-06-2019, 01:25 PM)JJ_SO Wrote:
(08-06-2019, 01:21 PM)miro Wrote:
(08-06-2019, 07:13 AM)pid=\48168 Wrote:Let’s face it. The data is as is. Rational think person will try to understand it and takes conclusion.




My finding so far are – traditional photography is becoming niche for
-         Professionals – they will stay here for let’s say one or two decays. Sort of large/medium film format -> part two.
-         Enthusiast– they will stay too, but forever. They value the image quality.   Those that love dSLRs, or any traditional analogue/digital camera  for that matter, won't or may have just a little interest in modern photography. That is also the reason why those people who have no previous interest in SLRs, may love smartphones.
We already have seen those trends in
-         Swiss watches – Swiss watch owner will never wear apple watch. It is status it is symbol for them.
-         Porsche owners will not switch to Tesla too.
-         Paper& pen will exist forever even if PC, notebook, tablet, smartphone or smartwatch offer more – easy creation, share and archiving.  
 
I’ve made a bold statement. It is good to explain the reasons.
1.      I followed the photo-oriented sites and forums. “Canon Eos RP the new rebel” “Full frame mirrorless revolution”.  “SIGMA ART series paves new way of….”
2.      Lets go outside and look what the average person use.
3.      Lets go amateur photo exhibition and talk with photography fellows.
4.      Open google trends and ask him few questions.  - https://trends.google.com/trends/?geo=US
5.      Open financial data, sales numbers - e.g. CIPA monthly report.
 

Without the wish of being indiscrete, but what substances were smoked, drunk or else taken before hammering out this post?

It's just not fitting to the subject, to the thread title and appears to be at the wrong place.   Undecided

yes the message thread "Fun facts" is going about group of people who dont belive in facts. Are they drunk? I have no clue and you
#20
I think you misunderstood the whole thing: Klaus was pointing out, that one lens test reached 1.000.000 clicks.
  


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