said nothing else
said nothing else.
rather uninteresting who sells the most SLRs - right?
or , as someone else member told you, Trabants sold most of all cars in the old East. Toyota is best selling cars today.
over and out regarding this subject
So Mikael, if someone posts an article solely about high ISO performance, your conclusion would be: DR at low ISO is "uninteresting", right? Right!
Your example with Toyota just doesn't work. Canon and Nikon are in the same market segments for DSRL, and they have , I dare to say, comparable distribution networks in most countries, so sale figure does mean something about user preference. While Toyota and, say, Mercedes are not in the same market segment, or Toyota and Peugeot do not have comparable global distribution networks, so their sale figures do not have the same meanings in user preference as Canon vs. Nikon.
Nikon SLR NR 1 selling in Japan...in 2011
Ok, so let's look at that. There are two ways to interpret that statement, either Nikon was #1 in Japan in 2011, or Nikon had the #1 selling model in Japan in 2011. The D3100 was the best selling dSLR in Japan in 2011. The fact that the D3100 was the best selling dSLR in Japan in 2011 is misleading - the D3100 was the current model in it's segment for the entire year; in that segment, Canon's Kiss X4 was the current model at the beginning of the year, and was replaced by the Kiss X5 during 2011. If you add the Kiss X4 and Kiss X5 sales together, that far exceeds D3100 sales.
Mikael, next time when you want to argue, try to learn from Neuro. Above is what I consider a good argument (throwing in some numbers would make it better)
Last advice: how about deciding once and for all on having a space or not following a comma in your signature? It's a detail, but it does reveal something ...