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Oct 12, 2014 19:13 |  #1

We are all across the world, USA use Canon bodies name like XT, t4i, but not Europe nor Asia or Africa or whatever (except Japan with their "Kiss")

So people from Europe/Africa/Asia don't know the meaning of t4i for example nor USA people know the meaning of 350D or 700D

There is already an automated words "controller" to replace bad words like BS by ****,
it will be an easy implementation when people write t4i (detect > space T4i space) and replace t4i by t4i-650D or T4i/650D and vice-versa (when people write "650D" replace it by "650D/T4i")

No ?
Just a thought, but the title and the comment will have more "meaning" for everyone ;)


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Oct 12, 2014 19:16 |  #2

You are right in that I have no idea what a t4i or a XT is. I wish Canon would stop giving different names to a body depending on country. Very confusing.


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Oct 12, 2014 23:27 |  #3

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #17209360 (external link)
You are right in that I have no idea what a t4i or a XT is. I wish Canon would stop giving different names to a body depending on country. Very confusing.

Hang on, I don't know what a "Levina" is, especially looking at your "portrait", although I think we'd have a ton of fun!!:):)!!


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Oct 13, 2014 00:27 |  #4

The shower scene from "Psycho" is fun? :shock:


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Oct 13, 2014 01:56 |  #5

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #17209752 (external link)
The shower scene from "Psycho" is fun? :shock:

:) :)


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Oct 13, 2014 06:40 |  #6

Scary avatars is something I picked up in AMASS. That place had a bad influence on me. Or should I say Pekka, as he started it. :cool:


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Oct 13, 2014 23:00 |  #7

I didn't see "Psycho", but usually shower scene in a movie, with a beautiful actress, are nice :lol:


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Oct 14, 2014 01:32 |  #8

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I didn't see "Psycho", but usually shower scene in a movie, with a beautiful actress, are nice :lol:

Isn't Hitchcock watched any more? I can't imagine someone not having seen a film like Psycho. Or The Birds for that matter.
But anyway, look at the avatar: this particular shower scene is really really not nice... ;) :)


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Oct 15, 2014 00:43 |  #9

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #17209360 (external link)
You are right in that I have no idea what a t4i or a XT is. I wish Canon would stop giving different names to a body depending on country. Very confusing.

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #17211662 (external link)
Isn't Hitchcock watched any more? I can't imagine someone not having seen a film like Psycho. Or The Birds for that matter.
But anyway, look at the avatar: this particular shower scene is really really not nice... ;) :)

Ho Hitchcock ... i understand now why ... i'm sorry, but i'm one of the few which do not like Hitchcock's movies :confused:


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Oct 15, 2014 02:52 |  #10

Reservoir Dog wrote in post #17213575 (external link)
Ho Hitchcock ... i understand now why ... i'm sorry, but i'm one of the few which do not like Hitchcock's movies :confused:

Quentin Tarantino, apparently is not a huge fan either. Coincidence?


  
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Oct 16, 2014 03:12 |  #11

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Quentin Tarantino, apparently is not a huge fan either. Coincidence?

I didn't know that :eek:
Thank for the info.
Coincidence ... i don't really believe in coincidence, but yes we can call it a coincidence ;)


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Oct 16, 2014 06:37 |  #12

mpix345 wrote in post #17213645 (external link)
Quentin Tarantino, apparently is not a huge fan either. Coincidence?

No, not coincidence. More of a mixture of bitterness and envy. Hitchcock possessed skill and imagination of a level Tarantino knows he will never achieve. Hitchcock could scare the pants off an audience without actually ever relying on a shot of a knife entering a body, Tarantino can't.


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Oct 16, 2014 18:52 |  #13

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No, not coincidence. More of a mixture of bitterness and envy. Hitchcock possessed skill and imagination of a level Tarantino knows he will never achieve. Hitchcock could scare the pants off an audience without actually ever relying on a shot of a knife entering a body, Tarantino can't.

Ho, i see, a fan of Hitchcock with may be a little bit of "Tarantino hater" sauce ?
Whatever can Tarantino achieve ... or not ... we are not here to start this kind of topic ... so please let's get back on the topic ;)
Which is > is it easy to implement the automated body's name change when people write t4i or 650D ? and will my suggestion be liked by the the POTN government :lol: ?


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Oct 16, 2014 19:18 |  #14

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Ho, i see, a fan of Hitchcock with may be a little bit of "Tarantino hater" sauce ?
Whatever can Tarantino achieve ... or not ... we are not here to start this kind of topic ... so please let's get back on the topic ;)
Which is > is it easy to implement the automated body's name change when people write t4i or 650D ? and will my suggestion be liked by the the POTN government :lol: ?

Ahh, but back in the "early days" of digital photography the "name" made a huge difference! Kodak created the digital sensor, Canon "inherited" and basically created what we now know as "digital cameras" and brought them into our "modern era"...do you have an issue with that?

Sure, Nikon and Sony have been playing "catch-up" ever since, no problem there, just have some respect for the history...:)?

Sure, Hitchcock, but then, let's go back to the "Twilight Zone" (my favorite) or the "Outer Limits" (sure, #2) or "One Step Beyond" (sure, #3)...!!!:)!!!


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Oct 16, 2014 19:22 |  #15

Actually I loved the Alfred Hitchcock series! I haven't looked up the history, it would be cool!!!:)!!!


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