jpelg Posted January 10 Report Share Posted January 10 (edited) The history of digital cameras over the last 20 or so years is littered with quirky designs that have both their detractors & proponents. Where you fall depends on your personal photographic needs, and perhaps a predilection for brave, quirky, unique designs (I resemble that remark ) Also, the roadmap for mass-produced products are often not based on the ideal technology for the end-consumer, but rather manufacturing-process benefits & cost-cutting for the companies themselves. Regarding user-interfaces, its been written that the only truly naturally intuitive interface is the nipple. Everything else is learned, and preferences are based on some prior history. I find this to be mostly true. Edited January 10 by jpelg 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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