Thursday, 9 June 2011

N°177 : 2000

Originally uploaded by ishoothorizon

The camera is real, the SLR is fake.

Why is it named by the century?

The purpose of this camera is that the design of this viewfinder camera has to look like a SLR.

Probably it's a giveaway present, or :"... sell for less then the price of a real SLR, but it's a fake, we don't care because the stupid customers don't know nothing about photograhy, me neither, but it brings cash in the pocket!..."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It is not named after "Century". It is just nice big number, on some real cameras (K1000, SP500, SP100)it was indication of top shutter speed. Well, when fake, then fake.