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8 days ago
Should everything remain on track, All in One’s pricing is expected to start at $35 for feature phones, with the most inexpensive smartphone package costing $50.
Damn! I’m thinking of pulling a “Paul Miller” next year and take advantage of their current $25 prepaid plan. Now I need to change my budget for next year.
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Recommended DarthVarner's comment in CBS threatens to sue Aereo again, this time in Boston
25 days ago
“STEALING OUR SIGNAL WILL BE FOUND TO BE ILLEGAL IN BOSTON, JUST AS IT WILL BE EVERYWHERE ELSE.”
Except that it is not.
25 days ago on CBS threatens to sue Aereo again, this time in Boston 1 reply 7 recommends
25 days ago
I agree that the SLR format is probably not going away in the foreseeable future. Given the advantages that pros appreciate with optical viewfinders, SLR is in my opinion the best format. No matter how good Leica and rangefinders are, they are not meant for zoom lenses, which is essential for some pros (e.g. sports photography). But I do see it fading in popularity in the consumer market.
25 days ago on Fujifilm X100S review: Making today’s pictures with yesterday’s design 1 reply 2 recommends
If the “RX1 successor” you have in mind is full frame, than it is most definitely going to cost you more than $1299. In fact, possibly way more. Sometimes people underestimate how much a full frame sensor costs. If you do the math, the size of a 1.5x crop APSC sensor (16X24mm) is only about 44% of a full frame sensor (24X36mm).
I would buy the X100S over RX1 any day. Taking pictures is not about the pictures alone. It is also about the experience. To me, using a camera with a viewfinder makes a far more enjoyable experience than cameras like RX1, not to mention that it also makes it easier to frame a picture. I understand it is not a true rangefinder camera, but there are still many advantages of a viewfinder. Granted that the RX1 might take “better” images, but many street photographers would tell you that the “quality” of a picture does not always come first. It is more about capturing the “decisive moment”. If you think the RX1 is better for you, then so be it. Because I think the two cameras are not comparable and they are targeted for different audience.
26 days ago on Fujifilm X100S review: Making today’s pictures with yesterday’s design 1 reply 4 recommends