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Not arguing, but thinking aloud that 300 should be enough with planning for a smaller package.
Sure, depending what and how you shoot. However, IMHO, more buyers than not will buy the A7/A7R and end up shooting zero. I suspect it will be bought by wealthy hobbyists, most of whom don't shoot much anyway.
LunchToo rare for me than you!
Why is there a poll for the Nikon DF at the top?
Why would Canon feel compelled to rush into the high megapixel market when it's pretty much been a flop for Nikon and Sony?
In what sense is it a flop?
My understanding is the D800[E] is intended to serve a niche market of high end studio and landscape. Therefore I wouldn't measure it's success by comparing units sold to the 5Dmk3.
I believe that if one a person is taking more than 300 photos on a vacation while walking around is being trigger happy.Do you have children? ... I have 3, and they are always active ... when we go on vacation we are out for over 14 hours every single day ... that's just 21 photos an hour, which is nothing, coz I easily shoot about a 1000 photos a day on vacation .... now if you are specifically referring to 300 "great images" then my lips are sealed
Does one really see 300 great images during a single day? Really!
Such a person would need to carry 8+ rolls of 36 exp film in the old days. Wow!
I think the A7's are superb for the discerning photographer who wants to travel light.
During film days, I use to shoot 3 to 4 rolls a day (if I was on vacation) and then cringe when some of the developed shots were sh!tty and I still had to pay for them ... Thank God we live in the digital age.