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- Oct 20, 2017
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Unless I'm mistaken, outselling and out producing are not the same thing, particularly at two stores during one month.What I find remarkable is where did Sigma ever find the manufacturing capacity and established sourcing pipeline to out sell (out produce) the top three. You need to plan and facilitize/invest for volume like this.
Nope. You're mistaken https://www.sigma-global.com/en/cameras/fp-series/accessories/ It is indeed large & uglyNo its was a small one, about the size of the V4. Saw it on one of the videos
I stand corrected......It looks like a bad solution to the lack of an EVF. To be honest that would be a deal breaker for meNope. You're mistaken https://www.sigma-global.com/en/cameras/fp-series/accessories/ It is indeed large & ugly
You're not mistaken. But they still had to plan production, and commit inventory, for volumes that would outsell Sony, Nikon and Canon. That's more than a bit of a stretch. Production and sourcing departments ignore sales forecasts like that. Let alone the fact they would have needed a lot of planning horizon to get there.Unless I'm mistaken, outselling and out producing are not the same thing, particularly at two stores during one month.
I had that same thought. Or maybe a third party accessory. I do have this mental image of this small camera with all these accessories hanging off that looks like some piece of steampunk technology.Using a loupe on a camera that doesn't have an actual EVF isn't a new thing. I think some people actually use loupes on cameras with EVFs. If you can't shoot without an EVF, then this camera isn't for you.
That being said, I wonder if Sigma could actually develop an EVF that mounts the same way the hot shoe accessory does.