→ New Olympus savings now live.
→ The new Metz M400 flash is now in stock at B&H and Adorama.
→ Gariz announced a new case for the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II camera.
Camera Size: Fujifilm GFX 50S vs Hasselblad X1D-50c
Fujifilm GFX New Image Dump and GFX HSS Support
Fujifilm GFX/X100F/X-T20 Interview With DPReview
The sensor inside the Leica M10 is not the same as the sensor in the Leica SL
Another Nikon UK price increase coming in February
The Pentax KP is not the replacement of the K-3 II, new high-end Pentax DSLR coming in 6 months
Ricoh may introduce new Pentax K-mount lenses for the CP+ show in Japan
New Xenon FF-Prime Cine-Tilt Lenses from Schneider-Kreuznach
Sony a6500 and RX100V Firmware 1.01 Updates Available
Introducing The Nauticam NA-EM1II Housing
Rumors: Nikon D810 no longer in production
holy crap that metz flash looks so 1980
Don’t you mean 80’s /90’s /00’s /10’s the basic shape is tried and tested just like still cameras
So an sb910 looks like a vivitar 283 which looks like this primitive thing, in your eyes? Its good youre not in design or graphics. Cause as long as something roughly rectangular then they are all the same, in your eyes.
You inferred it to look like all 80’s flashgun’s, if you ment just one specific model you should have said, don’t generalize when you mean one thing, the metz that is shown doesn’t have an off camera lead to plug in the front like the vivitar had which was the only flash to do that
it looks primitive for a 2017 flash. use some brain power
it’s a mid range Flash, tho I do agree that it is over priced for what you get, the vivitar would be a better buy for those who can do simple math to work out the correct exposure, I don’t thinks it’s a fail tho as too many pay what ever they ask, hence the reason why they do over charge, in general low sales means higher prices for all of us, cam phones have a lot to answer for, as you prob know phones are more than good enough for most people an they don’t want the bulk of a proper camera
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