Quote:The man took His money, His time, His risks and built a company with a very loyal customer group who all seem to like quite and respect Him very much. People buy his product and they like it very well and come back for more, thats free market capitalism at work. Seeing how he took all the risk, produced a product that people like, and seems to be well liked and respected,, hey I hope he makes lots of money
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Quote:Dear Matt,Let me reassure how misinformed your are.
Quote:You have this all wrong, MattYour posts are sickeningRock has personally supplied me free of charge with upgraded cameras...i was willing to pay hundreds of dollars but he refused...He is the real, genuine deal and his cameras are used worldwide...the BBC recently used an Xtreme and a Signature to show live views over 3 nights of prime time television in their annual Star Gazing Live shows. The operator of these cameras was a famous BBC camera man who wrote a rave review about Mallincams in January's Sky At Night Magazine.....Europe's largest circulation astro mag.A few hours spent on NSN viewing live broadcasts will show immediately the difference in quality between Rock's cameras and other astro video cameras....it's a Ferrari playing with a Ford.I am pleased you are not buying a Mallincam.If you did there would no doubt be more of your unnecessary poison on other related forums.Your loss, mateHave fun with your el cheapo Samsung
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