November 27, 2014, 09:18:51 AM

Author Topic: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras  (Read 2558 times)

Don Haines

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 3478
  • Posting cat pictures on the internet since 1986
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2014, 08:10:24 AM »

Pretty cool.  In other news, Apple (according to rumor sites) just sold its 500 millionth iPhone.

Ain't perspective fun.

:D
Hi dgatwood.
Apple may have sold/produced 500,000,000 phones but most in the UK are not sold to end users in the true sense of the word, they are given away with contracts for connection to a service provider. I don't know how it is done elsewhere. Even outright purchase of an iPhone is only in the same sort of price range as an entry level DSLR+lens kit, just to put things in to perspective!  ;D

Cheers Graham.
They are not "given away in contracts", the cost of the iPhone is very much built into the contract ... in fact you actually pay a lot more that way over a period of 2 years, than buying it outright. Remember that in addition to 500 million iPhones that cost as much "as an entry level DSLR+lens kit", they've also got billions of paid downloads ... whereas majority of the "entry level DSLR+lens kit" buyers will most likely do not buy another DSLR or lens for many years (if not never) ... but an iPhone buyer uses it every single day + it generates an eco system which benefits not just Apple but also the service providers, music industry, websites advertisers, accessory manufacturers etc etc to name just a few ... and I'm pretty sure majority of iPhone users upgrade to newer models at least once in 2 years, if not less.
Just to put things in "perspective", 500 million iPhones = 500 million digital cameras (as all of them have/had a camera) which are used far more than any digital camera Canon ever made ;)
Regardless of its "poor" image quality an iPhone camera is far more useful and handy than any digital camera Canon has ever made.
I bought my Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8 L IS for $1849 (when it was on sale at B&H and it is my most "expensive" lens to date), but from the time I bought that lens I have spent over $3300 on 5 iPhones (2 for me & 3 for the wife) and I'm pretty sure I'd out spend my most "expensive" lens by at at least twice as much by the time I buy another lens of that price range ... and I think majority of iPhone users/buyers spend more money than majority of digital camera users/buyers.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/markrogowsky/2014/03/25/without-much-fanfare-apple-has-sold-its-500-millionth-iphone/

But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.

At the moment, I am sitting in an equipment hut watching a groundstation track a new satellite... I have an iPad in hand and am taking movies of the spectrum analyzer screens to capture signal anomalies as the dish tracks... say what you will about iphones and the like, but sometimes they are usefull to have...
The best camera is the one in your hands

canon rumors FORUM

Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2014, 08:10:24 AM »

neuroanatomist

  • CR GEEK
  • **********
  • Posts: 14972
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #16 on: March 28, 2014, 08:53:56 AM »
But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.
At the moment, I am sitting in an equipment hut watching a groundstation track a new satellite... I have an iPad in hand and am taking movies of the spectrum analyzer screens to capture signal anomalies as the dish tracks... say what you will about iphones and the like, but sometimes they are usefull to have...

I design experiments with several scientific apps and read scientific journals on my iPhone, check email, call into meetings remotely, and even read the occasional novel. 

Apparently some people have a hard time dragging their mind out of the gutter.   ;)
EOS 1D X, EOS M, and lots of lenses
______________________________
Flickr | TDP Profile/Gear List

Arctic Photo

  • EOS M2
  • ****
  • Posts: 176
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #17 on: March 28, 2014, 03:55:41 PM »

Pretty cool.  In other news, Apple (according to rumor sites) just sold its 500 millionth iPhone.
you might want to check that number again
The number is absolutely correct http://www.forbes.com/sites/markrogowsky/2014/03/25/without-much-fanfare-apple-has-sold-its-500-millionth-iphone/
And I need to think before I write. I assumed it was implied Apple sold 500 million units last year. Not in total.

Arctic Photo

  • EOS M2
  • ****
  • Posts: 176
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #18 on: March 28, 2014, 04:05:48 PM »
But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.
At the moment, I am sitting in an equipment hut watching a groundstation track a new satellite... I have an iPad in hand and am taking movies of the spectrum analyzer screens to capture signal anomalies as the dish tracks... say what you will about iphones and the like, but sometimes they are usefull to have...

I design experiments with several scientific apps and read scientific journals on my iPhone, check email, call into meetings remotely, and even read the occasional novel. 

Apparently some people have a hard time dragging their mind out of the gutter.   ;)
And I'm happy I work with mobile solutions with all people using it in different ways. I believe Carl meant it as a figure of speach. Porn used to be a main driver for internet, both in terms of traffic and in terms of technical innovations. I am happy to admit that I have never watched and will never watch porn. But as a business driver one shouldn't underestimate it. Your science apps would likely not be available hadn't it been for porn consumers.

I use my S4 for many professional and private tasks, even taking some photos. But they have many limitations due to the form factoe.

Don Haines

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 3478
  • Posting cat pictures on the internet since 1986
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #19 on: March 28, 2014, 10:19:49 PM »
But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.
At the moment, I am sitting in an equipment hut watching a groundstation track a new satellite... I have an iPad in hand and am taking movies of the spectrum analyzer screens to capture signal anomalies as the dish tracks... say what you will about iphones and the like, but sometimes they are usefull to have...

I design experiments with several scientific apps and read scientific journals on my iPhone, check email, call into meetings remotely, and even read the occasional novel. 

Apparently some people have a hard time dragging their mind out of the gutter.   ;)
And I'm happy I work with mobile solutions with all people using it in different ways. I believe Carl meant it as a figure of speach. Porn used to be a main driver for internet, both in terms of traffic and in terms of technical innovations. I am happy to admit that I have never watched and will never watch porn. But as a business driver one shouldn't underestimate it. Your science apps would likely not be available hadn't it been for porn consumers.

I use my S4 for many professional and private tasks, even taking some photos. But they have many limitations due to the form factoe.
and don't forget gaming... a lot of work in high performance e computing is driven by the gaming industry.
The best camera is the one in your hands

CarlTN

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 2227
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #20 on: March 30, 2014, 02:05:58 AM »

Pretty cool.  In other news, Apple (according to rumor sites) just sold its 500 millionth iPhone.

Ain't perspective fun.

:D
Hi dgatwood.
Apple may have sold/produced 500,000,000 phones but most in the UK are not sold to end users in the true sense of the word, they are given away with contracts for connection to a service provider. I don't know how it is done elsewhere. Even outright purchase of an iPhone is only in the same sort of price range as an entry level DSLR+lens kit, just to put things in to perspective!  ;D

Cheers Graham.
They are not "given away in contracts", the cost of the iPhone is very much built into the contract ... in fact you actually pay a lot more that way over a period of 2 years, than buying it outright. Remember that in addition to 500 million iPhones that cost as much "as an entry level DSLR+lens kit", they've also got billions of paid downloads ... whereas majority of the "entry level DSLR+lens kit" buyers will most likely do not buy another DSLR or lens for many years (if not never) ... but an iPhone buyer uses it every single day + it generates an eco system which benefits not just Apple but also the service providers, music industry, websites advertisers, accessory manufacturers etc etc to name just a few ... and I'm pretty sure majority of iPhone users upgrade to newer models at least once in 2 years, if not less.
Just to put things in "perspective", 500 million iPhones = 500 million digital cameras (as all of them have/had a camera) which are used far more than any digital camera Canon ever made ;)
Regardless of its "poor" image quality an iPhone camera is far more useful and handy than any digital camera Canon has ever made.
I bought my Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8 L IS for $1849 (when it was on sale at B&H and it is my most "expensive" lens to date), but from the time I bought that lens I have spent over $3300 on 5 iPhones (2 for me & 3 for the wife) and I'm pretty sure I'd out spend my most "expensive" lens by at at least twice as much by the time I buy another lens of that price range ... and I think majority of iPhone users/buyers spend more money than majority of digital camera users/buyers.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/markrogowsky/2014/03/25/without-much-fanfare-apple-has-sold-its-500-millionth-iphone/

But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.

My point is, most people do those things on their phones.  I don't, because I don't even have a smartphone.  And I watch tv on a tv.  If I need to watch a tutorial or read something, I much prefer to do it on my desktop.

So no, for me it's definitely not worth paying thousands of dollars to be able to do those things on a 4 or 5 inch screen, rather it seems idiotic.  To each their own I guess.  For travel, finding restaurants, or searching for other ways to spend disposable income while touring resorts or other luxurious pursuits, no doubt smartphones come in handy!  And if the day ever comes that I have children, I won't be paying $1000 a month (or however much it would cost by then) just so my kids could do similar frivolous things...I only say this because I don't know many people, even in my relatively immediate family and friends, who don't spend at least $300 per month on their family's wireless plans (this is for children under age 16, too).  What an idiotic waste of money!

CarlTN

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 2227
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #21 on: March 30, 2014, 02:09:46 AM »
But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.
At the moment, I am sitting in an equipment hut watching a groundstation track a new satellite... I have an iPad in hand and am taking movies of the spectrum analyzer screens to capture signal anomalies as the dish tracks... say what you will about iphones and the like, but sometimes they are usefull to have...

I design experiments with several scientific apps and read scientific journals on my iPhone, check email, call into meetings remotely, and even read the occasional novel. 

Apparently some people have a hard time dragging their mind out of the gutter.   ;)
And I'm happy I work with mobile solutions with all people using it in different ways. I believe Carl meant it as a figure of speach. Porn used to be a main driver for internet, both in terms of traffic and in terms of technical innovations. I am happy to admit that I have never watched and will never watch porn. But as a business driver one shouldn't underestimate it. Your science apps would likely not be available hadn't it been for porn consumers.

I use my S4 for many professional and private tasks, even taking some photos. But they have many limitations due to the form factoe.

Thanks Arctic...and tisk tisk, I say any man who claims they've never looked at porn is a liar, but then...that's par for the course with some people (and by porn I mean even a photograph...some of the photos on this site are almost soft core porn!).  But no, I don't own a smartphone, and if I did, I would not view anything like that on it!  But if you want to pretend billions of males don't view porn on their smartphones, go right ahead.  Doesn't mean it doesn't happen.  It even happens on work desktop machines, at least if you work for the government.  I saw it on the news!  If porn is not the main driver for the internet, or mobile internet, it's only because gaming and streaming cinematic movies such as from Netflix, are definitely now taking up all the bandwidth.
« Last Edit: March 30, 2014, 02:22:19 AM by CarlTN »

canon rumors FORUM

Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #21 on: March 30, 2014, 02:09:46 AM »

Rienzphotoz

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 3324
  • Peace unto all ye Canon, Nikon & Sony shooters
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #22 on: March 31, 2014, 04:17:31 AM »
But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.
At the moment, I am sitting in an equipment hut watching a groundstation track a new satellite... I have an iPad in hand and am taking movies of the spectrum analyzer screens to capture signal anomalies as the dish tracks... say what you will about iphones and the like, but sometimes they are usefull to have...

I design experiments with several scientific apps and read scientific journals on my iPhone, check email, call into meetings remotely, and even read the occasional novel. 

Apparently some people have a hard time dragging their mind out of the gutter.   ;)
And I'm happy I work with mobile solutions with all people using it in different ways. I believe Carl meant it as a figure of speach. Porn used to be a main driver for internet, both in terms of traffic and in terms of technical innovations. I am happy to admit that I have never watched and will never watch porn. But as a business driver one shouldn't underestimate it. Your science apps would likely not be available hadn't it been for porn consumers.

I use my S4 for many professional and private tasks, even taking some photos. But they have many limitations due to the form factoe.

Thanks Arctic...and tisk tisk, I say any man who claims they've never looked at porn is a liar, but then...that's par for the course with some people (and by porn I mean even a photograph...some of the photos on this site are almost soft core porn!).  But no, I don't own a smartphone, and if I did, I would not view anything like that on it!  But if you want to pretend billions of males don't view porn on their smartphones, go right ahead.  Doesn't mean it doesn't happen.  It even happens on work desktop machines, at least if you work for the government.  I saw it on the news!  If porn is not the main driver for the internet, or mobile internet, it's only because gaming and streaming cinematic movies such as from Netflix, are definitely now taking up all the bandwidth.
Just to set the record straight, I said "I do not watch porn on my phone;) ... for such activities I prefer to use my 60 inch TV ... coz the viewing pleasure on a big screen is more appropriate ;) ;D ... and I totally agree that most of the people who claim they've never looked at porn are liars.
Just to make sure that I am still on the subject of Canon's 250 million digital cameras, let me say that they are not a single one of those 250 million cameras are good for watching such pleasurable activities. ;D
« Last Edit: March 31, 2014, 04:20:06 AM by Rienzphotoz »
Canon 5DMK3 70D | Nikon D610 | Sony a7 a6000 | RX100M3 | 16-35/2.8LII | 70-200/2.8LISII | 100/2.8LIS | 100-400LIS | 40/2.8 | 50/1.4 | 85/1.8 | 600EX-RTx2 | ST-E3-RT | 24/3.5 T-S | 10-18/4 OSS 16-50 | 24-70/4OSS | 55/1.8 | 55-210 OSS | 70-200/4 OSS | 28-300VR | HVL-F43M | GoPro Black 3+ & DJI Phantom

Arctic Photo

  • EOS M2
  • ****
  • Posts: 176
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #23 on: March 31, 2014, 06:34:10 AM »
But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.
At the moment, I am sitting in an equipment hut watching a groundstation track a new satellite... I have an iPad in hand and am taking movies of the spectrum analyzer screens to capture signal anomalies as the dish tracks... say what you will about iphones and the like, but sometimes they are usefull to have...

I design experiments with several scientific apps and read scientific journals on my iPhone, check email, call into meetings remotely, and even read the occasional novel. 

Apparently some people have a hard time dragging their mind out of the gutter.   ;)
And I'm happy I work with mobile solutions with all people using it in different ways. I believe Carl meant it as a figure of speach. Porn used to be a main driver for internet, both in terms of traffic and in terms of technical innovations. I am happy to admit that I have never watched and will never watch porn. But as a business driver one shouldn't underestimate it. Your science apps would likely not be available hadn't it been for porn consumers.

I use my S4 for many professional and private tasks, even taking some photos. But they have many limitations due to the form factoe.

Thanks Arctic...and tisk tisk, I say any man who claims they've never looked at porn is a liar, but then...that's par for the course with some people (and by porn I mean even a photograph...some of the photos on this site are almost soft core porn!).  But no, I don't own a smartphone, and if I did, I would not view anything like that on it!  But if you want to pretend billions of males don't view porn on their smartphones, go right ahead.  Doesn't mean it doesn't happen.  It even happens on work desktop machines, at least if you work for the government.  I saw it on the news!  If porn is not the main driver for the internet, or mobile internet, it's only because gaming and streaming cinematic movies such as from Netflix, are definitely now taking up all the bandwidth.
Just to set the record straight, I said "I do not watch porn on my phone;) ... for such activities I prefer to use my 60 inch TV ... coz the viewing pleasure on a big screen is more appropriate ;) ;D ... and I totally agree that most of the people who claim they've never looked at porn are liars.
Just to make sure that I am still on the subject of Canon's 250 million digital cameras, let me say that they are not a single one of those 250 million cameras are good for watching such pleasurable activities. ;D
So now two of the people I like and follow on this forum has called me a liar  8)
Use the cameras to capture it, not watch it  ;)

Rienzphotoz

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 3324
  • Peace unto all ye Canon, Nikon & Sony shooters
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #24 on: March 31, 2014, 06:54:00 AM »
But how much of that time spent on the iPhone, is taking pictures, and how much is spent looking at porn or playing candy crush?  And is streaming video and playing games, worth spending $3300?  I submit that it is not.
I don't know about you  :P but I do not watch porn on my phone or play games (the only game I play is Chess on my phone) ... I have over 50 GB of photography, videography & photoshop tutorials from Kelby, Lynda, Creative Live etc on my phone ... the phone also takes care of my online banking, expense tracking & it works as a scanner for many of my documents, receipts etc, it has user manuals for my cameras, photography, photoshop & technology related magazines & e-books. For me and many like me its worth the money spent on it ... plus when I sell the phone, I get at least 50% of the purchase value.
At the moment, I am sitting in an equipment hut watching a groundstation track a new satellite... I have an iPad in hand and am taking movies of the spectrum analyzer screens to capture signal anomalies as the dish tracks... say what you will about iphones and the like, but sometimes they are usefull to have...

I design experiments with several scientific apps and read scientific journals on my iPhone, check email, call into meetings remotely, and even read the occasional novel. 

Apparently some people have a hard time dragging their mind out of the gutter.   ;)
And I'm happy I work with mobile solutions with all people using it in different ways. I believe Carl meant it as a figure of speach. Porn used to be a main driver for internet, both in terms of traffic and in terms of technical innovations. I am happy to admit that I have never watched and will never watch porn. But as a business driver one shouldn't underestimate it. Your science apps would likely not be available hadn't it been for porn consumers.

I use my S4 for many professional and private tasks, even taking some photos. But they have many limitations due to the form factoe.

Thanks Arctic...and tisk tisk, I say any man who claims they've never looked at porn is a liar, but then...that's par for the course with some people (and by porn I mean even a photograph...some of the photos on this site are almost soft core porn!).  But no, I don't own a smartphone, and if I did, I would not view anything like that on it!  But if you want to pretend billions of males don't view porn on their smartphones, go right ahead.  Doesn't mean it doesn't happen.  It even happens on work desktop machines, at least if you work for the government.  I saw it on the news!  If porn is not the main driver for the internet, or mobile internet, it's only because gaming and streaming cinematic movies such as from Netflix, are definitely now taking up all the bandwidth.
Just to set the record straight, I said "I do not watch porn on my phone;) ... for such activities I prefer to use my 60 inch TV ... coz the viewing pleasure on a big screen is more appropriate ;) ;D ... and I totally agree that most of the people who claim they've never looked at porn are liars.
Just to make sure that I am still on the subject of Canon's 250 million digital cameras, let me say that they are not a single one of those 250 million cameras are good for watching such pleasurable activities. ;D
So now two of the people I like and follow on this forum has called me a liar  8)
Use the cameras to capture it, not watch it  ;)
I said "most people" ... obviously you are not like us unholy people ;D ... use the cameras to capture it and watch it on big screen. :D ;D :P
Canon 5DMK3 70D | Nikon D610 | Sony a7 a6000 | RX100M3 | 16-35/2.8LII | 70-200/2.8LISII | 100/2.8LIS | 100-400LIS | 40/2.8 | 50/1.4 | 85/1.8 | 600EX-RTx2 | ST-E3-RT | 24/3.5 T-S | 10-18/4 OSS 16-50 | 24-70/4OSS | 55/1.8 | 55-210 OSS | 70-200/4 OSS | 28-300VR | HVL-F43M | GoPro Black 3+ & DJI Phantom

CarlTN

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 2227
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #25 on: March 31, 2014, 06:04:55 PM »
Arctic, I take you at your word!  As for capturing porn, I'm not sure I could work under those conditions! 

And back to the topic, I agree it's a shame that most of those 250 million units, are not DSLRs.

Rienzphotoz

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 3324
  • Peace unto all ye Canon, Nikon & Sony shooters
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #26 on: April 02, 2014, 12:12:14 AM »
I'm not sure I could work under those conditions! 
What does that mean? ;D  :P ;D  :P ;D  :P
Canon 5DMK3 70D | Nikon D610 | Sony a7 a6000 | RX100M3 | 16-35/2.8LII | 70-200/2.8LISII | 100/2.8LIS | 100-400LIS | 40/2.8 | 50/1.4 | 85/1.8 | 600EX-RTx2 | ST-E3-RT | 24/3.5 T-S | 10-18/4 OSS 16-50 | 24-70/4OSS | 55/1.8 | 55-210 OSS | 70-200/4 OSS | 28-300VR | HVL-F43M | GoPro Black 3+ & DJI Phantom

CarlTN

  • Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II
  • *******
  • Posts: 2227
    • View Profile
Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #27 on: April 02, 2014, 01:32:38 AM »
I'm not sure I could work under those conditions! 
What does that mean? ;D  :P ;D  :P ;D  :P

Haha, let's just leave that to the imagination!

canon rumors FORUM

Re: Canon Celebrates the Production of 250 Million Digital Cameras
« Reply #27 on: April 02, 2014, 01:32:38 AM »