"Mirrorless" is the future???

Started Feb 16, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Jay Turberville
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Re: Mirrorless is a good example of disruptive technology
In reply to Voff, Apr 11, 2012

Mirorrless is not an example of disruptive technology (it is hardly a technology per se; it is about removing a feature from a product), but an example of an increasingly fragmented camera market.

These cameras implement "new" technologies. At least "new" from the standpoint of interchangeable lens still cameras. Namely, they implement faster refresh sensors, liveview, on sensor phase detect AF, and high resolution EVFs, sensor based exposure metering and AF. These technologies enable the delivery of features that are difficult or less practical to implement on a DSLR.

DSLR's won't go away anytime soon; particularly as Nikon and Canon are setting new sales records for every DSLR model they release somthing that is currently happening....

No, they won't. After all, we still have trains.

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