Olympus head engineer: the best material for a camera body

Discussion in 'Olympus' started by RichA, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. RichA

    -hh Guest

    Because you declared him to be the authority.

    I didn't miss it at all.
    But regardless of what it is, the key remains that *any* material used
    in *any* Olypus is only there because "your guy" approved it.

    This is why I said (which you deleted) "... for whatever
    material...then there's some credible reason why *the guy RichA
    selected as authoritative* chose it as the best engineering
    solution for that product."


    This leaves RichA in a quandry to figure out why "his man" would have
    thus allowed anything other than magnesium to be used, ever. There's
    a simple answer and maybe RichA should go ask his new friend why,
    since afterall, he refuses to listen to any of us.


    Nevertheless, it merely means that when Olympus uses any plastic, the
    guy who RichA has selected as authoritative says that its okay to use
    plastic, so RichA should finally STFU!


    -hh
     
    -hh, Aug 19, 2007
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  2. That's why you should store your camera upside down, and flip it every
    year if leaving it unused for a long time.
     
    Chris Malcolm, Aug 25, 2007
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