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Would you buy an NX after watching this?

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Ah ha, there you are...

Although you might hate the British accent...

Nice review.

 

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I would wait until I've actually driven one and have gone over more than just one commercial.

After watching this I would also want to know who underwrites this video.

Paul

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Jolly good then!

Paul........

Seriously Howard. You did a very good job with your review. I am especially impressed with the production values and the pace, narrative, and great feel you get from the locations and very good camera work.

I do have some questions about your review and connections to companies or vendors which may be involved with your product.

Send me a PM please so we can chat and talk about your work.

Thanks Howard,

Paul

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