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Bokeh888

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"RE: Here's a question"

Bokeh888 Registered since 31st Dec 2011
Wed 29-Feb-12 10:31 PM

>I'm not so sure about that.
>Since Nikons own admission that this high pixel count is aimed
>at professionals in the studio doing portraits and others
>doing landscapes, where doe's video fit into that.?
>Bob
Video covers all the current needs of everyone, even those claim they will never use video. I assume there is a certain sub-set of Nikon photographers who want video (like me).

IMO Nikon is in the business of making profits by creating a product that captures large shares of fast growing markets. No doubt, regardless of spin, this has been endlessly researched by Nikon corporate .

Many Nikon devotees are not professionals, even on Nikonians. Nevertheless, they will spend $3,000 plus for the D800 are glad it has video....just in case. All the best.

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