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    CNET takes a look at the P65+

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    Re: CNET takes a look at the P65+

    Very nice overview. It would certainly be hard to complain about not having enough crop room with the P65+.

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    Re: CNET takes a look at the P65+

    I'm afraid to read it. LOL
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    Re: CNET takes a look at the P65+

    Fear not. It's not a technical article. Rather, consistent with CNet's main audience, it's more of a human interest piece aimed at slack-jawing the EasyShare crowd. You'll neither learn more from the article, nor will its sirens attract you more strongly than the P65+'s gravitational field already attracts you.

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    Re: CNET takes a look at the P65+

    "Phase One: All the camera $55K can buy"

    Can you imagine potential customers reading daily this forum as well as many other forums.. but this one in particular, 'cause it has every bit of information/examples that one can think of.. finally convinced he wants one and there you go "Phase One: All the camera $55K can buy"

    I enjoyed the review, but the title kills it for me.

    I'm sure Phase does well, but these titles are not making it any easier for them. Especially during this time where every corner of the word has hit the bottom of the bad economy and it's still rolling downhill..

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