Quote Originally Posted by Teague Kennedy View Post
You are right. It’s their business not ours, but the upgrade path has been a cornerstone of their marketing and modus operandi since day one with Obsolescence Obsolete as one of their catch phrases. For those of us that have been upgrading at every step -- the most recent upgrade to “top of the line” (which is what we bought into with Red One for circa $17000.00) is in the several tens of thousands of dollars. I think some will find that disingenuous. I do understand they are running a business and they must capitalize but I understand the disappointment as well.
It's pretty crazy to think that $17k got you a brand new, fully functional Red camera in 2008 and today that's not even enough to upgrade from Epic Dragon to Weapon with marginal spec improvement. Prices went up, value went down. There lies the problem.