Started by Doug Peterson, March 04, 2013, 07:00:37 am
Quote from: buckshot on April 04, 2013, 06:45:40 pmI did find this post from Lance Schad over at GetDPI which, at least, doesn't contradict what I said above.Also, am assuming the $18k is in USD - might not be of course...
Quote from: Doug Peterson on April 05, 2013, 01:15:32 pmP1 does not. Individual dealers may. We (Digital Transitions) will be offering cross grades for a limited number of clients. Pricing will depend on shot count, condition, warranty of your back and other factors. You can email or call us for details.
Quotee: IQ2 + Wirelessby Drew » Wed Apr 03, 2013 10:10 amTilman wrote:This is not very customerfriendly.I apologize but I do not quite understand?A new model of any product is, in fact, a New Product. The IQ2 series is a newly designed unit, with new Hardware, new firmware and many alterations to improve upon the previous version.This is the same path that any new product follows, improving upon previous designs. We have done this in the past with units like the P45 and then later the P45+. Both of these were 39mp Sensors but with several years of new technology improvements introduced in the latter. Aside from our own products, this is the nature of all systems. Last years BMW cannot simply be taken to the local dealer for the new engine, transmission, dash, sat nav, etc... it is necessary to trade in/purchase the new model.Again, I apologize if you feel as though the release of our new IQ2 series is somehow conflicting with your previous purchase but there are certainly trade-in opportunities at your local dealer and Phase One provides guaranteed value protection on all of it's products. If you've purchased your IQ180 within the last 12 months, we will buy it back for 90% of your original purchase price... something that can't be said for the car dealerships of the world.http://www.phaseone.com/en/FooterMenu/I ... ction.aspxKind Regards,DrewPhase OneDrewCrew Posts: 2928Joined: Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:34 pmLocation: New York
Quote from: fredjeang2 on April 08, 2013, 08:29:30 amTo ilustrate my lack on understanding on the Price/value side, the other day I was on set (invited, not working in) with a "silly" co-production digital cinema. An "historical" serie Co-produced by the national teevee. It's never going to be projected in theaters but HD tv. There was no tripod under 5.000 bucks, there was no lens under 55.000 (and generaly cine lenses are so expensive that they work in rental only). What's the point on spending huge amount of money on out-fashionned productions that nobody will watch except our grand'mas ? They could have filmed with a Scarlet and cheap Nikon optics, or with a C300 and guarantee that no viewer would ever notice something. The only reasonable answer I have is that they do it because they can. Same happens in still imagery. If some people can afford ultra-expensive lenses or cameras, they will do it, even if one can proof that there is the same or better at 1/10th the cost. All that is very relative.
Quote from: Rob C on April 08, 2013, 05:46:10 pmTelevision now, but maybe there is an idea at the back of their minds that shooting at high quality might provide alternative commercial outlets later on... Non?Rob C
Quote from: fredjeang2 on April 08, 2013, 08:29:30 am "wealphy dentists"
Quote from: FredBGG on April 08, 2013, 07:44:10 pmgreat spelling mistake! Made me smile..... Sounds like a wealthy dentist missing a front tooth....
Quote from: Doug Peterson on March 04, 2013, 07:40:23 amThere isn't in this announcement. That's all I can say for 100% sure.
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