by Bart Arondson

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This really depends but if you pay attention to the cycle of upgrades between successive models in a series, the tendency is to upgrade slower at the higher end and fastest at the low-end. This is not an absolute rule but is generally applicable. The common element is that all cameras made by companies seeking profitability. There is often a large cost in ...


It really depends on the camera maker. Most will be because of the new features (newer image processor, higher fps, etc), but some of them it's just to "make their products look newer" without anything worth mentioning (perhaps they have a release cycle every year). Take example of Canon EOS 700D vs 650D. I would think the 700D should be called 650.1D as it ...

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