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October 03, 2008

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Stefan

Hi!
One argument for saving money on the body and spending it on a better lens is that lenses are "just" glass that don't need to be upgraded. That could still by true for Pentax users like myself. But Canon and Nikon users who find the image stabilization to be a part of the lens and not the camera body. So they will also need to upgrade their lenses in a couple of years when the image stabilization for sure will be improved. Or will Canon and Nikon come to their senses and move to in-body image stabilization?

Clicio Barroso

Well, Scott, after listening to the latest show this morning I went straight to see the reviews at CNet.
I was *VERY* disappointed with the Nikon comparative by Mrs Lori Grunin. As I am the very happy owner of a Nikon D700, and do think this is the best bang you can get for your money, how come the camera is not listed as THE hot piece of equipment it really is?
Remember the vapourware when you and Michael discussed the possible launching of the D700?
Well, I can assure you; the camera is simply wonderful. Being a fulltime advertising photographer, owner of a Phase One digital back for the Hasselblad...I know when I see a fine DSLR!
Regards, congrats for the show.

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One argument for saving money on the body and spending it on a better lens is that lenses are "just" glass that don't need to be upgraded. That could still by true for Pentax users like myself.

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