Mar 28th 2006 9:40AM Two amazing cameras - $4,900
Lenses - $15,000
Tripod, flash, memory, etc. - $4,000
The talent required to take pictures any better than what you'd get with a point-and-shoot - Priceless
Unless you're a professional (and even for 99.5% of professionals) the choice comes down to personal preference. They both have capabilites that are far beyond the abilites of probably anyone weighting in on this thread (including me and my D200).
Mar 24th 2006 2:00PM I already have 2 PSPs and and xbox360 (both disappointments) and orginally had no intention of getting a Revolution. The more I read, however, the more it sounds like the real winner of next-gen console war will be the Nintendo.
Jan 25th 2006 2:03PM Of course, as always, those of us who spent $$$$$ to purchase the latest and greatest DirecTV HD DVR (with Tivo) won't see any of this.
Jan 21st 2006 10:06AM I hope the price for PoE switches or power injectors has come down. PoE is an awesome idea, but last time I checked the switches cost a fortune.
Jan 9th 2006 5:28PM here you go ...
Jan 9th 2006 5:26PM Actually the "old" Polaroid that most people know doesn't make any of the CE stuff. They've basically turned into a shell that licenses the Polaroid name to a variety of different companies.
Jan 9th 2006 12:05AM Reminds me of what I always thought a Japanese gangster car should look like.
Jan 5th 2006 11:42AM Brian;
I respect your principled stand on copy protection, but most of us just want the thing to work and in todays environment that means that HDCP is a must.
Jan 4th 2006 12:30PM Can you get it with a Blu-ray player? If so, I want one.
Dec 30th 2005 11:41AM I own an Element.
I love it.
Get over it.