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04-10-2013, 11:22 PM   #1
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Vari-angle lcd for pentax dslr is less likely then mourinho managing England.

I wonder what would convince the higher ups to at least put vari-angle lcd on next entry level dslr.

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Good luck with that. Pentax is the only company left that doesn't offer some sort of articulating screen on -any- camera.
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Good luck with that. Pentax is the only company left that doesn't offer some sort of articulating screen on -any- camera.
Other than the MX-1, I think
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Other than the MX-1, I think
Whoops, my bad! I guess that means one down, the rest of the lineup to go.

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Whoops, my bad! I guess that means one down, the rest of the lineup to go.
And it ruins the looks of the MX-1
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I will summarize my feelings on articulating screens.

No.
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I for one would not want an articulated screen on a DSLR ... point and shoot fine ... but no DSLR please.
That will pretty much be a down side for me and prevent me from buying a DSLR ...
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Good luck on keeping WR on the current Pentax high standards after putting on an articulating screen.

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Good luck on keeping WR on the current Pentax high standards after putting on an articulating screen.
If Olympus can do it, so can Pentax.
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Good luck with that. Pentax is the only company left that doesn't offer some sort of articulating screen on -any- camera.

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Good luck on keeping WR on the current Pentax high standards after putting on an articulating screen.
A small entry level dslr with no WR but articulating screen then. Would be one hell of a street shooting camera. Unobtrusive yet gets the results.
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