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Old 07-18-2019, 01:06 PM
Jamie Mac Jamie Mac is offline
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Default S6 M10 replaced by S4

Hi Eddie (or others at AVID)

At first I was very excited to see a scaled down version of the S6 for the, as you market it, budget-conscious studios and customers.

But after seeing the pricing and the news that this is effectively a replacement for the M10 line, I can't but notice that there is some very dubious marketing going on.

You cannot say that something is a "budget friendly S6" when it is more expensive or similarly priced to the product it is replacing, while being a cut down version of the product it has replaced.

Some more info would be greatly appreciated.
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