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10-25-2009, 01:20 PM   #1
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What Do You Think of This?

I personally think it looks kinda cool No way on earth would I be caught shooting with this in public though.......
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10-25-2009, 04:02 PM   #2
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I think it looks kinda .........


It's a family forum, I can't repeat it here.
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No way on earth would I be caught shooting with this in public though.......
People wouldn't even think it's a real DSLR, they'll just think you're messing around with a toy camera from Fisherprice
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You could sneak into those strict "No professional cameras allowed" venues with it and get some top results!

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People wouldn't even think it's a real DSLR, they'll just think you're messing around with a toy camera from Fisherprice
Exactly. Can I buy one from Toy R US?
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I think if I encountered something looking like that coming at me down the street, I'd probably beat it to death with my tripod!
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Is it a gold LX with a 50mm f1.2? Not exactly! That said, collectors come in many forms, and I am willing to bet good money the majority of these will never even see the light of day. What was the last collectors edition release by canon or nikon? Any publicity is good publicity after all!
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In Canada and the USA I don't see it flying off the shelves - nor in most of Europe, but in Japan, China, etc - Well let's just say there is a good chance that this would sell out fast.

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In Canada and the USA I don't see it flying off the shelves - nor in most of Europe, but in Japan, China, etc - Well let's just say there is a good chance that this would sell out fast.

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I think this thing is already sold beyond it's production limit. 700 people were disappointed because they could not get it even they had put in deposit already.

I found that camera comical, its a nice spark in this black-body-only world.
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In nature, oftentimes brightly colored things indicate poison.

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