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    Quote Originally Posted by diver-hloc View Post
    I can print photos from image inside my eyeballs.... and Canon will sell L lens Eyeballs with a Red Ring...
    And every bra will have a miniature camera hiding inside.

    The left lens and right lens will provide you with a stereo photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    And every bra will have a miniature camera hiding inside.

    The left lens and right lens will provide you with a stereo photo.
    I though it can shoot 3D image?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolsigg View Post
    this is an interesting trivia, care to share the source?
    and all these while I thought i am the only non-pro, lousy shooter using the highest-end pro system ....
    always the Light, .... always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    And every bra will have a miniature camera hiding inside.

    The left lens and right lens will provide you with a stereo photo.

    Hahaha.... like Canon like to say - Approaching The Human Eye (Stereo Vision)

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    EOS5 then 50e then 3.

    Quote Originally Posted by phoakm View Post
    Eye focusing had been a known technology in Canon EOS 3. If the manufacturer can enhanced the focusing method into a tracking machanism will be benefitcial. Which means no more focusing points but targeting system.

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    I see a future without camera.

    Every beer can will have a miniature disposal digicam in it.

    We just drink beer and take photos all day.
    I absoluetly LOVE that idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolsigg View Post
    this is an interesting trivia, care to share the source?
    seriously, how many people here really making a living solely on photography? if only professionals use professional cameras, we should not be also see these camera around, but the top end cameras are much popular than it suppose to be...... don't you think so?

    you can check with the salesmen from camera stores, they know who are the pros.. and how is the sales of the top end cameras..

    you can see many used latest top end cameras with low shutter counts in B&S..

    you can see lots of top end cameras flashing around at fashion show in the mall, car shows, whatever shows..

    if top end camera is only meant for professionals, than camera manufactures don't have to advertise these camera at all, professionals will buy and use, with or without advertisements....

    if top end camera only limit to professionals, the profits from these cameras won't able to justify the investment on R&D, they have to make a way out... find more users...

    so, can you see the picture now?
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    When Teleporting becomes the normal way of getting from here to there, I will still like to burn rubber and waste petrol in my Mustang
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    And every bra will have a miniature camera hiding inside.

    The left lens and right lens will provide you with a stereo photo.
    And then .... there will always be .... Jock Cam (for the guys that want to tool around on Ebay)
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    seriously, how many people here really making a living solely on photography? if only professionals use professional cameras, we should not be also see these camera around, but the top end cameras are much popular than it suppose to be...... don't you think so?

    you can check with the salesmen from camera stores, they know who are the pros.. and how is the sales of the top end cameras..

    you can see many used latest top end cameras with low shutter counts in B&S..

    you can see lots of top end cameras flashing around at fashion show in the mall, car shows, whatever shows..

    if top end camera is only meant for professionals, than camera manufactures don't have to advertise these camera at all, professionals will buy and use, with or without advertisements....

    if top end camera only limit to professionals, the profits from these cameras won't able to justify the investment on R&D, they have to make a way out... find more users...

    so, can you see the picture now?
    I realised that this is a strange phenomenon in photodom - you can have the world's best cam and lens for less than 10k or thereabout. And then, many can afford that.

    Not the case for cars, for houses, for the top country club membership and so on.......

    But then, just remember, KRW said, you camera doesn't really matter or something to that effect. Just like the typewriter for the author, the brush and canvas for the painter.....
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