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Nov 13, 2010 02:33 |  #1

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Nov 13, 2010 03:02 |  #2

Well, I for one think that is one of the most un-professional and un-sustained reviews I have ever seen :(. Everything is made a joke of, and I don't see anything in the video sustaining their claims other than a bad set WB on the Nikon video which shows a very poor color rendition.

The ISO tests show different color yet no noise to be found, the pictures are taken in B&W for the Canon and in full color for the Nikon. The test of 'strength' and 'sturdiness' is supposed to be the reviewer tapping at the camera.

The cameras might just be what he says, but he has offered, for me at least, absolutely no proof of anything other than trying to make fun of everything, including the people and the campus.

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Nov 13, 2010 03:10 |  #3

^^ the reviews are meant to be on the less professional side; whether you enjoy the humor or think it's annoying is up to the viewer though haha.

i personally love the reviews for a quick laugh and for extra insight, but i wouldnt watch the vids for important info.


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Nov 13, 2010 03:15 |  #4

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