Practical Mac certainly thinks so with the iPod nano:
“Apple throws in 15 video effects, like sepia tone, that can be used for video recording, but those effects have to be activated before shooting and can’t later be removed. These effects are pointless, the kind of feature creep that other companies typically engage in to add bullet points to a list.”
I got the same feeling myself when they talked about the nano having an FM radio built-in.
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