Discussion in 'Weekly Poll' started by Damien_Demolder, Apr 25, 2007.
I think it's a troll Norman trying to start a digital vs film war.
[Harry Hill mode] There's only one way to sort this out... ! [/Harry Hill]
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I use digital just about all the time, except on holidays when I take a film compact for snaps. Having said that, I have just put 30 rolls of Kodak HIE infrared film in the freezer.
But last week I was working on some old 6x7cm Velvia (50) scans. The quality was breathtaking.
The phrase 'Pretentious Bo**ox' came to my mind.
And then give the top slot to some Kodak film.
That would be silly - now if it were a review of Kodak films and the prize went to Velvia, that would make sense. /forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif
I did suspect that most of the reaction about that AP box was simply the fact that people didn't like the truth...
I understand Angela Nicholson's explanation for including the Canon but I would expect a camera that costs twice that of the two on test (which at around £1,000 each aren't cheap)to be rated more highly.
So thatsd where it's gone! GIVE IT BACK!
*Backs away quietly, holding hands in the air and keeping a beady eye on the grippers*
What camera costs £2000 of the three?
(The answer is "none of 'em", BTW...)
That figure is probably derived from a comment in the article, that the 5D costs 'around £1000 more than the S5 Pro and D200' - I imagine they're probably going by list prices though.
Thanks Huw. That's where I was coming from, even though the D200 can now be had from around £800 - £850 and the 5D around £1400 - £1600. Still almost double at the extremes of the price range.
Well, this week I see that Canon just made the podium behind two Nikons
I just put three rolls of film through Gustav the F5 - I feel cleansed!!!
You named your F5 Gustav?
Why - what do you call yours?
Separate names with a comma.