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PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:41 am 
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Thought you people who doesn't know about this news might be interested


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Original Link: http://www.itechnews.net/2010/04/26/can ... n-edition/


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:43 am 
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I just want the strap!

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This is just amazing.
Specially his Photoshopped face.
I like the golden details of the camera too.
Any interface changes?
Let's see how expensive it'll be.


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The strap is awesome! But I really fail to see why people would buy a "Jackie Chan camera". (well,except his hardcore Asian fans)

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That strap does look better than the average one they bundle.

Agreed a true photographer probably wouldn't be interested in this, but its more likely a collectable for those who like that kind of thing.

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that is super cheesy..


though it is allays said that true martial art experts all use canon. :wink:

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thaha what a PR stunt.. i guess that's another hot item for victims of the affluent society :wink:

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What's next? Nikon Bruce Lee? Sony Chuck Norris? :lol:

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A Chuck Norris Camera would be the reason for me to change camera's. Because its Chuck Norris!

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Agreed a true photographer probably wouldn't be interested in this, but its more likely a collectable for those who like that kind of thing.


+1, but an expensive collectable at that!

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 5:29 pm 
This will sell more in Hong Kong.


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I remember I came across somewhere that it's
10,000 Chinese RMB and $1490 USD.

So basically, how much Am I paying for "Jackie Chan"?

$1490 - (Price of 550D + Price of EF-S 18-135mm) = the amount paid for JC.


I don't really know the MSRP for both but I checked out in my Local Electronic Store for the price of 550D and the EF-S lens... I think this is an extremely cheap buy "FOR THE FANS of JC" that is.


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I don't wanna pay six hundred dollars to Jackie.
He's a nice guy and everything but...
Sorry, Jackie boy.


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Awesome $1100 buys you a limited edition, just wondering about the collectible value.


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