Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/01/25

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Subject: [Leica] OT: A little history
From: feli2 at (Feli)
Date: Tue Jan 25 11:07:13 2005
References: <004101c50300$4140b450$> <01d601c5030f$eebcf1c0$42ec4142@D1S9FY41>

As the market matures in the next two years, I think we will see the 
of obsolescence slow down. Maybe once we hit a high enough megapixel 
count for
300dpi and 13x19 (16x20), things will really level out.


On Jan 25, 2005, at 10:58 AM, Seth Rosner wrote:

> Look out! I am beginning to be convinced that the frenetic pace of 
> obsolescence that has troubled me may not be by design but 
> attributable to the incredibly rapid cycle of development/discovery 
> that leads to price reductions that in turn flow from an exponential 
> expansion of the numbers produced and sold. Or perhaps a little of 
> both.
> Seth

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