Why no camera review in Clubsnap?


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tokrot

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Hi,

Noticed that there have been a long time since a review. I mean not just a review but any article also have not been updated lately. Does anyone still write review nowsaday? :dunno:
 

kelccm

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It would be nice to have a local version of some cameras reviews. But who is qualified to do so, or rather the neccessary experience, knowledge and neutrality to post a sound review? And of course the time needed to test, review and post.
 

student

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tokrot said:
Hi,

Noticed that there have been a long time since a review. I mean not just a review but any article also have not been updated lately. Does anyone still write review nowsaday? :dunno:

I am not qualified to write a review.

How about you taking the lead to write proper reviews of cameras?
 

dslang

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why would you read a review from one person

when you can search/ask questions on the forums and receive feeback from multiple people with (50% of the time) real world experience with the camera, and can answer your specific questions?
 

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kelccm said:
It would be nice to have a local version of some cameras reviews. But who is qualified to do so, or rather the neccessary experience, knowledge and neutrality to post a sound review? And of course the time needed to test, review and post.
This has to be one of the most insightful comments I've read on this forum.
 

Discreet

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we could have something like what Fredmiranda.com has. A user review section. A simple form where basic information like price, rating, pros and cons must be filled up. After a while, there will be a database of many user reviews which IMHO is pretty useful....
 

yyD70S

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I agree with dslang.

Users' feedbacks are invaluable.

For the technical stuff, we can get from the web.
 

tokrot

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student said:
I am not qualified to write a review.

How about you taking the lead to write proper reviews of cameras?
I assume you are kidding... :bsmilie: Definitely should not be me... :bsmilie:
 

tokrot

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Discreet said:
we could have something like what Fredmiranda.com has. A user review section. A simple form where basic information like price, rating, pros and cons must be filled up. After a while, there will be a database of many user reviews which IMHO is pretty useful....

Exactly, there's a very good idea.. just like what they did in dpreview and Cnet

An example would be like something like this one http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/read_opinions.asp?prodkey=konicaminolta_7d
 

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even reviews from professional reknown websites are not free from personal bias. think the best person to do any review is the person with lots of cameras and lenses. he/she has to work with that specific brand/model of camera for a certain period to give its judgement as well.

so who is too free, loaded with cash and lots of **** to talk about?:bsmilie:

i am qualified for the last requirement but not the rest.;p
 

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