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07-03-2013, 04:59 PM   #31
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the Nikon Hot shoe is a dead giveaway.



oooh I can do better...much better...
Please, let us see your talent. If enough people like it, maybe it will give Ricoh some ideas at least.

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Please, let us see your talent. If enough people like it, maybe it will give Ricoh some ideas at least.
we could make a competition for designing a manual pentax full frame camera...that could be interesting.
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Originally posted by Digitalis the Nikon Hot shoe is a dead giveaway.
oooh I can do better...much better... Please, let us see your talent. If enough people like it, maybe it will give Ricoh some ideas at least.
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Please, let us see your talent. If enough people like it, maybe it will give Ricoh some ideas at least.
I second that! Go on... give it your best shot!
07-04-2013, 08:31 PM   #34
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What do you mean, "aimed at students"?

Aimed at me!

This camera is just what I would like - only, why not make the screen even larger?

Jon
...aimed at me too!!!



Unfortunately, I think these photos are examples of a design student's homework assignment. Remember the digital Holga from a couple of years back?


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And for the ladies! Tada

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Definitely a mockery, but nice try. Just. One essential thing is missing though - no 4-way controller there! How do you change settings and navigate menus? Top layout with two dials on the right and top LCD on the left is a departure from super-retro. Back side speaks FujiFilm digital cameras, but they at least have that navigation array.
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No 4 way controller.. Touch screen.
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No 4 way controller.. Touch screen.
ouch screen.. even the latest 70D breed still uses the 8-way controller.. what for? to choose the AF-points while you look through the prism! the other problem with that super-retro-mockery is that Pentax would need a major UI-redesign first to make it touch operable.. although I admit it would be a nice gadget, a super-retro-dSLR, maybe even fullframe?

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And for the ladies! Tada
Lovely - although a version "for the ladies" does leave the -D annotation somewhat ambiguous...?
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lovely - although a version "for the ladies" does leave the -d annotation somewhat ambiguous...? :d :d

d*** ? D**** ? :d
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d*** ? D**** ? :d
As I want to retain my posting privileges around here...."no comment"
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LOL JK !! :-)
I did type the asterisks.
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Something on the same level as the Fuji FinePix X-100 - but a DSLR.

Home | The FinePix X100 Professional Photographer's compact digital camera from Fujifilm


I think....


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Where did you find these pictures?
I am answering on behalf of the OP who seems not no have seen your request:

Asahi Pentax Spotmatic D Concept
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I am answering on behalf of the OP who seems not no have seen your request:

Asahi Pentax Spotmatic D Concept
Nice, thanks!
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