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    i always believe quality = $$, take the most ex one you can afford

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    Quote Originally Posted by zpbuff
    i always believe quality = $$, take the most ex one you can afford
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    Quote Originally Posted by zpbuff View Post
    i always believe quality = $$, take the most ex one you can afford
    Huh? No. Not a good advise.

    What is the use of getting one that is damn expensive (in TS term and budget) but the menus don't make sense to him/her, or get one that everyone sing praises about, but TS hated the ergonomic and the such?

    Quality in this case means a camera that TS like (in terms of ergonomic, menus that make sense, and finally a cam that TS will bring around with him to shoot and thus improve in his skills). Because in today's standards, most camera are make to certain capability and standards that are good in what they are design to do - be it IQ and video... and also handling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zpbuff View Post
    i always believe quality = $$, take the most ex one you can afford
    I don't think this kind of thinking is correct in many instances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zpbuff View Post
    i always believe quality = $$, take the most ex one you can afford
    maybe what you mean is to buy the best one you can afford? if thats the case, i agree - if there's a piece of gear that you feel is ideal for your purposes, and its expensive, buying it is worth it. but just spending more $$ does not automatically mean better
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    Quote Originally Posted by zpbuff View Post
    i always believe quality = $$, take the most ex one you can afford
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    Looking at the market now with a modest budget of 1K, u can either get RX100 or Fuji XF1 when it launches in Nov. Really compact and offers great IQ & ISO performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thoth View Post
    Looking at the market now with a modest budget of 1K, u can either get RX100 or Fuji XF1 when it launches in Nov. Really compact and offers great IQ & ISO performance.
    i was looking at the XF-1. it has a 2/3" sensor... still not tempting enough for me to replace my F200EXR

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    i was looking at the XF-1. it has a 2/3" sensor... still not tempting enough for me to replace my F200EXR
    Think U rather save up for the RX1 for next year's launch ya?
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    Think U rather save up for the RX1 for next year's launch ya?
    please don't tempt me.

    a barista has very limited finances


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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309

    please don't tempt me.

    a barista has very limited finances

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae

    You still owe me a cafe latte! And I don't mean kopi-c hor...
    I want green tea latte. Tks
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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309

    please don't tempt me.

    a barista has very limited finances

    U r a special barista. RX1 is well within yr finance budget.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    You still owe me a cafe latte! And I don't mean kopi-c hor...
    Opps! yea

    Quote Originally Posted by Thoth View Post
    I want green tea latte. Tks
    not for you :|

    Quote Originally Posted by Thoth View Post
    U r a special barista. RX1 is well within yr finance budget.
    haha no... way outta my budget for cameras this or next year :|

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post

    not for you :|

    haha no... way outta my budget for cameras this or next year :|
    Sob Sob, no free drinks.

    Sell your gears... more than enuff to cover for the RX1... U dun need so many gears anyway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thoth View Post
    Sob Sob, no free drinks.

    Sell your gears... more than enuff to cover for the RX1... U dun need so many gears anyway...
    most likely will purchase the RX1 next year i guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    most likely will purchase the RX1 next year i guess
    Yeah... hope the HK prices will be alot cheaper when its launched... FF compact... Nice...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    i was looking at the XF-1. it has a 2/3" sensor... still not tempting enough for me to replace my F200EXR
    it is using the sensor from the x10. performance should be more than decent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    it is using the sensor from the x10. performance should be more than decent.
    yup. but after playing the the RX100... i'm totally spoiled.

    but it's just that after looking at steve huff's review on the RX1 i'm spoiled even more. i need to start saving

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309

    yup. but after playing the the RX100... i'm totally spoiled.

    but it's just that after looking at steve huff's review on the RX1 i'm spoiled even more. i need to start saving
    Yup. Rx100 is using a cx size sensor, similar to nikon1

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