« on: December 15, 2014, 04:00:56 PM »
To the OP: Welcome to CR. Nothing personal, but I will not tolerate another person using the term "ecosystem" for an imaging system consisting of cameras and lenses. Your cameras, etc. are not living organisms.
To the folks who have nothing better to say than to suggest the OP is a "troll," try a little harder. He makes an excellent point regarding bodies and lenses. Frankly, from what I've seen, the Nikon D750 looks like the best general use DSLR being made today. If Nikon only had Canon's selection of high quality lenses, they'd have a thoroughly compelling imaging system. The D750 will probably be equaled (not bested) by a 5D4 whenever it shows up on Canon's slow boat to wherever.
And since I'm on a rant here, to those who think they somehow sound erudite by using the term "price point," stop it -- unless you're discussing a marketing plan or strategy. The price you're going to pay for an item is only a "price point" to the marketing organization. To you, the buyer, it's just the price.
As for what I want for Christmas.... For years I've been asking for a helicopter; Santa has failed for more than 20 years now. Maybe I'll have to eventually settle for one of the new camera-carrying, remote-controlled quad-copters. I suspect the FAA will quash that dream before it can happen.
So, anyone I haven't offended?