Mirrorless Takes Another Hammering

Started May 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Chef Ramsey.. (Bleep) me
In reply to Richard, May 18, 2013

Richard wrote:

Jorginho wrote:

In stead of picking the rotten cherries handed to you by Thom and neglecting his fresh ones does not seem so wise. Moreover it is better to do your own research. it is not that difficult.

minutes 12, 26, 36, 40 about imaging.

- In short:
1) CCs will get less resources, mirrorless will get much more focus

People who want camera phones or CCs don't want mirrorless, too big.

2) Mirrorless sales are on the rise from Q1 2012 to Q1 2013 with 25%, Over the fiscal year it is 15%

Doesn't matter if you can't make a profit on them.

If in order to increase those sales a company has to spend large sums on R&D and re-tooling for new models, all of those costs must be recouped and that just moves the finish line for a profit further down the road. Sales may go up but there are always costs in maintaining those sales. Stop releasing new models and updated features and your market dwindles away.

Tech products have R&D costs to keep them alive. On the other hand, this year's wheat is no different than last year's. If the sales go up by 25% so does the profit.

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