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>From a thread on a camera list, mostly saying good things
about the Olympus E3. This is a new top-of-the-line digital
camera, $1500+ for body alone.
An E3 user's comment:
> The Basic manual is pretty confusing at times: it doesn't explain
> processes well enough so I have to work it out for myself most of the
and a reply:
| I'm convinced most technology companies employ Rhesus monkeys to write
| their manuals. Can't say I blame 'em: I used to write manuals and found
| out that no-one in the target audiences even bothered to open them.
| Nothing like also being a Tier 3 tech-support guy and telling them the
| answer to their question was on page 53 of the manual... Thus,
| companies are reluctant to put real time and effort into the docs.
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