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Allan Castle

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    Panasonic TM700, Nikon D300, 4x5 film camera
  1. DPreview just deleted my post. I linked to this article this morning. It got several quick replies. Most negative, saying that Eoshd was not legitimate, people liked the camera and did not care about video, etc. Nobody said, let's test more and see what the real truth is about the overheating. I just checked and now the post gone and all the replies. I guess censorship is alive. People should be able to buy any camera they want, but also be able to see all the reviews, opinions, tests, etc. to see if the camera is right for them. Perhaps dpreview is worried negative press will
  2. It is all about censorship and control. I am in the US. It is definitely happening here. Some companies are banned from Youtube, Twitter, etc. The terms of use, by these companies are very vague. They define what they mean, but don't have to tell us. They just send an email. You broke the rules. We've banned you. Hateful speech, nudity, unpopular views, copyright, right of privacy. Now in Europe, they are adding the treat of lawsuits from the public, advertisers, property owners. Of course the result will be that the government has the right to view, censor and stop any content that they don
  3. It's not just the cameras people use, but now how people watch videos and what the content is. Instead of beautifully produced movies with professional lighting, many people are happy with cat videos on Youtube. I have a friend who watches a lot of videos on a Samsung phone. He says he does not miss a big TV in his living room. Look at MTV and music videos. Professionals argue about stabilization, proper skin tones, etc. but music videos are often full of shaky footage, amateur special effects, weird colors etc. Made by amateurs or often professionals creating video that looks like an am
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