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Re: What would really make you unhappy?

Eggo is a brand of frozen waffles and pancakes made by Kellogs so Leggo must be the French version.
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Eggo is a brand of frozen waffles and pancakes made by Kellogs so Leggo must be the French version.
Actually, Leggo's makes pasta (Italian) type sauces such as Bolognese & tomato paste etc.
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I was thinking more along the lines of Fisher Price or Leggo!
You jest, but have you seen this?
http://petapixel.com/2012/04/27/ikea...-shelves-soon/

A bit of Google searching revealed that the IKEA camera will not be sold, but was only given away as a promotional item. Exactly what you had in mind!

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Re: What would really make you unhappy?

First off, sorry to dig up an old thread.

What I don't like is the changing of a grip with each model release. the Original grips are not cheap to begin with.

The the different batteries. Hopefully the Em1-mk2 retains the same battery.
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First off, sorry to dig up an old thread.

What I don't like is the changing of a grip with each model release. the Original grips are not cheap to begin with.

The the different batteries. Hopefully the Em1-mk2 retains the same battery.
Not according to the rumours.
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Re: What would really make you unhappy?

Being able to use the same grip would be a nice feature. On the other hand, a battery with higher capacity would also be a nice feature. The best would be if a new battery is the same size as the older one, just with more advanced technology, so the new camera could use both. Or if there were some other way to enable the use of both new and old batteries (and possibly new and old grips?)

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Re: What would really make you unhappy?

If it's a higher capacity battery of the same packaging and backward compatible, that's acceptable. It's like the Em10 and EM1, totally different battery, that's not acceptable.
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