We’ve decided to take down the humorous Xtranormal video of two animated bears discussing the trials and tribulations of buying a medium-format digital camera because it contained profanity which some PDN staff members found objectionable.
It’s worth noting that we originally found the clip on the Twitter stream of Leica Camera, a company that is parodied in the video. If you’d still like to see the #%*$@#@ clip, you can find a link on that feed. We have to hand it to Leica and the other companies spoofed in the video for having a healthy sense of humor.
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