bfitzgerald wrote:Come back in a few years time and add the makers who bailed out of the camera industry. I'd wager one of those will be micro 4/3 based. I can't see Panasonic lasting long term
Nothing lasts forever and only fools think so. Wouldn't surprise me a bit if someday Panasonic or Olympus or both leave the camera business. Not a big deal. It doesn't take any great mind to think that someday something
will change somewhere
in the world concerning some
company. Jeez. It hasn't happened yet though.
We are all waiting for this wonderful camera company you could lead to great success doing all you say should be done by the others. Annihilate them all with your brilliant company! Do all you say they should do and the world will beat a path to your door. Where
is that camera company you keep tantalizing us with????
I was right about 4/3 years ago despite the howls of some I said it was never going to take off and it is now a remnant of history. Bit of a waste of time for those who bought into the system. Seems I was right about that one
If and when it happens it wouldn't surprise me. Same for any other company in any industry in the whole world. Things change. Your predictions are the stopped clock variety though.
You only get some credit if your predictions contain rare insight, or contrary to everyone else, and they happen in a timely way. Your's don't meet any of those points. And the one in question after 5 years ago still hasn't even happened.
And actually, I think, you predicted the imminent death of m4/3. Not that Panasonic and/or Olympus would get out of it. So you are still not right. We'll see what the future holds. My only expectation is that over time things will change.
In the world of high tech change is guaranteed. Predicting that something will change someday is nothing.Where
company? That is the question at hand. The attempt to change the subject though doesn't help us any in trying to figure out how much progress you have made on your wonderful camera company. At this point it has been probably something like 15 years since we have been hearing all your opinions about how to do it right.