Mirrorless Takes Another Hammering

Started May 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Mirrorless Takes Another Hammering
In reply to nikkorwatcher, May 17, 2013

nikkorwatcher wrote:

maybe the problem is that mirrorless is following developments in sensors too closely and the product lines change too fast? Every time they design a camera and fabrication process they have to make the money back. For a production run of a year that's difficult. They're squeezed in the middle re price and quality.

The problem is I'd say that its very tough fast developing market, the alternative to me seems likely to lose market share to a rival who does keep pace with developments.

My guess is that mirrorless will need both potential developments to slow down and maybe a few players to dropout before it becomes reasonably profitable.

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