its a same Kodak was so overly confident on its cheap throw away and send the film off to have your photos scrutinized by "bob" whoever and maybe turned in to the popo that they did not give the digital camera a second thought on how it would wipe their whole company out.
Does anyone find it scary how the average person can't figure out how to take a photo on a real camera? I mean, the concept of simply selecting a focus point and hitting the shutter halfway became brain surgery at some point.
Also, it's hilarious how some people's minds are blown when you tell them that your lens can't zoom.
YOU MEAN I HAVE TO TAKE A STEP BACK?...
Same thing happens when I bring my 70-200m to sporting events. I usually get comments like, "Wow, you probably can take a picture of the moon with that." When I try to tell them their tiny point-and-shoots have more zoom capability than mine they just look at me weird.
Does anyone find it scary how the average person can't figure out how to take a photo on a real camera? .