In 2013 because of a sensor problem on its new Penelope camera the Aaton cat falls.
Once again the general law of Murphy had applied. This law provides that if a pain in the ass can take place, the likelihood of it occurring is equal to one. For example, the buttered toast that escapes the hands inevitably falls on the buttered side, especially if it was buttered on the wrong side.
A cat, however, always falls well, that is to say it falls systematically on his paws. But what happens if you fix a buttered toast on the back of a cat and drop the whole?
Thus reads the paradox of the "buttered cat". The cat is the secret creature par excellence, one often imagines him endowed with supernatural powers, which probably was the case for engineers at Aaton who managed to build a new Cantar-X3
in a record time.
Finally the Aaton cat landed on his paws!
Jacques Delacoux, the boss of Transvideo and acquirer of AATON company, now entitled Aaton Digital
, has just announced the marketing of Cantar-X3
for the month of September, with the possibility to pre-order for a payment of 4,500 €. This amount will of course be deducted from the final price.
The package includes:
- 1 Cantar X3,
- 2 lithium batteries,
- 1 double charger,
- all in a Pelicase.
Some competitors have hoped that the buttered toast would flatten on the buttered side, or that the cat and the bread would fall on the cut edge, others thought that the cat would levitate for failing to take sides...