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Comment acheter un appareil photo en seize étapes faciles




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    Certaines (étapes) sont plus faciles que d’autres 🙂



  • Réponse d’un lecteur de The Online Photographer (TOP) :

    Bear.: "Just four easy steps for me.

    "Step 1. Research, consider, make comparison tables, worry about necessary and unnecessary features, bug camera stores for trials, make up my mind but constantly change it about everything from sensor size, to type, to lens and accessory range, to brand, etc… This step may take so long that it needs to be repeated several times over several years because every camera on the list is upgraded or replaced, or the manufacturer wholly exits the market, or whole new systems are introduced into the market. (Note. It is important not to enjoy this step but to agonize over every aspect of it: see note to Step 2).

    "Step 2. Wait for something critical in my existing camera / system to permanently and irretrievably fail beyond repair or recall. (Note. The greater the agony and time spent on Step 1, the longer Step 2 will take, which saves money).

    "Step 3. Wholly disregarding everything at Step 1, impulse purchase a new camera / system based on a wholly irrelevant consideration. For example, because of a sale—naturally, a 10% discount on a $6k camera that I don’t particularly need or want necessarily amounts to a saving which equals or exceeds the whole cost of a $3k camera that I do. Or because a camera is particularly useful for a type of photography that I know I will never undertake (say, astrophotography or underwater photography) but because it is remotely possible that I just might, one day, try. (Note. The less relevant the consideration, the more likely the particular camera / system will be impulse purchased.)

    “Step 4. Use new camera / system extensively and discover that whatever it is that I have purchased, its capabilities far exceed my needs or abilities, which realistically might be met by a Kodak Brownie. (Note. This discovery will start a thought process that if I had only spent more time and agony choosing the correct camera / system, my photography would ‘improve,’ and that I should therefore consider a different camera/ system: see step 1.)”



  • Complément sur le sujet, d’autant plus courageux qu’il a été publié sur DPReview, qui appartient de nos jours à Amazon :

    https://www.dpreview.com/opinion/2036956812/opinion-stop-worrying-about-new-cameras-and-love-the-one-you-ve-got


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    @Brata a dit dans Comment acheter un appareil photo en seize étapes faciles :

    Complément sur le sujet, d’autant plus courageux qu’il a été publié sur DPReview, qui appartient de nos jours à Amazon :

    https://www.dpreview.com/opinion/2036956812/opinion-stop-worrying-about-new-cameras-and-love-the-one-you-ve-got

    Noyé dans la masse de tous les articles “pousse au crime”, c’est juste un petit truc pour donner bonne conscience et finalement tomber plus facilement dans le “Wholly disregarding everything at Step 1, impulse purchase a new camera / system based on a wholly irrelevant consideration🙂



  • @Gief-Kan Tu n’as pas tort, mais c’est quand même par l’un des principaux contributeurs de DPR.


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