Mirrorless Takes Another Hammering

Started May 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
zxaar
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Re: Mirrorless successfully established a foothold
In reply to Thorgrem, May 18, 2013

Thorgrem wrote:

rattymouse wrote:

Thorgrem wrote:

So Panasonic and Olympus made their own segment to gain marketshare in the cameraworld. Apparently people see it as a treat as obviously Olympus and Panasonic are to stay and will eventually take some marketshare form Canikon.

Pure speculation without any data at all.

It's the way things go in a healthy market segment.

Panasonic and Olympus are about as far from healthy as you can get.

There m4/3 efforts are healthy. To bad you are scared for some competition.

20% in Europe and 14% in USA, sure is very scary competition, specially when dSLRS are going dodo.

Does it mean that mirrorless are going dodo at faster rate than dslrs.

All this doom talk is nonsense. m4/3 is gaining. Maybe not as fast as predicted.

Not according to published data.  But do continue to follow your religion.

Not according to your interpretation of published date. And you also ignore some published data. But go ahead in your rand and troll if you like. The ignore list is such a fine tool.

If the market is less than 20%, that gaining is no real meaning . By gaining you mean gain from 0%.

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