Mirrorless- Continuing to Under Perform

Started Apr 11, 2013 | Discussions thread
Thorgrem
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Re: Figures show mirrorless gaining ground?
In reply to zxaar, Apr 14, 2013

zxaar wrote:

Thorgrem wrote:

vzlnc wrote:

Not to mention the bloated ridiculous price on most of these small sensor cams. After charging 1000$+ for the m43 sensor camera, they dont have a built-in flash but have a OVF hump. How much more wannabe can it get! You get a better camera for 500$ and will also have access to a more mature and exhaustive family of lenses and accessories while getting better IQ, at the expense of a little weight and size which a lot of ppl serious about photography dont really bother about.

It seems like Olympus with their wannabe camera equipped with tiny m4/3 sensor, hump and no built in-flash sells like hotcakes for way more than $1000... Seems like al those buyers are completely brainless because (according to you) can get the same and even more for less than the half of the money. Way to go Olympus!

Yes it is selling like hotcakes, take for example OMD sold so much that even joke of the year pentax Q outsold it in year 2012 in japan.

The Pentax Q heavily discounted (still a nice camera for the Japanese market) against the E-M5 with full introduction price. I wonder which company made more profit...

The E-M5 was a hit in the market. For Olympus a really nice selling model, and it still is. A game changer. You can spit on it, but it won't matter, it's weather sealed.

People who are seriously about photography don't really bother about the equipment of others, and don't whine about choices of others on a forum.

The appropriate forum to post this comment would be m43 forum because that the only forum where you see a thread almost everyday comparing m43 to dslrs.

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But this discussion is in the open forum isn't it?

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