> Spot on. Sorry about the garbage comments on this article from people who don't get it, but you're right in labeling this a business decision.
Well, firing gay people was also a business decision by Disney back in the day...
"The X-S10 is a modestly priced mirrorless camera that brings the functionality and performance of the X-T4 into an ASP-C body. "
Err, the X-T4 was already in an ASP-C
The company made a version II update to its product.
Other than that your comment doesn't make sense. Were they supposed to not make a version I, to never update their version I, or to not make a version II that's better?
Buyers of version I got a working product, with version I features, as mentioned in the version I specs.
News flash: there will also be a version III that's better than II.
Doesn't take a lot of "courage" after you've made the movies (and have millions in the bank).
It would have taken some courage when he was shown the first script, because then he might have been sacked if he talked back about it.
But it was clear from the first script that Rey and Kylo would be the stars, so duh...
The president of the Collection "admitted it" because its fashionable to do so, and they would crusify him if he didn't.
The truth is that certain voices are simply missing because there aren't as many black directors today, and they were even less back in the day of the classic movies the Collection is all about were shot.
Blacks come from poorer backgrounds, and are given less opportunities to become directors. That's a thing for the US society to fix, not something that's a problem in the Collection.