Mirrorless Takes Another Hammering

Started May 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
ed2002
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Re: Mirrorless, not m4/3
In reply to justmeMN, May 18, 2013

justmeMN wrote:

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

The chart you posted is titled "Mirrorless Composition Ratio". It is *not* titled "M4/3 Composition Ratio".

Of the 14.3% claimed mirrorless camera share in North America, I suspect that most of them are Nikon 1 and Sony NEX. One reason I say that, is that they are visible and backed by an advertising budget. In the USA, m4/3 is a pretty obscure niche.

"Panasonic expects a net loss of 765 billion yen ($7.8 billion) for the year to March 2013". They are not exactly a powerhouse that generates fear in others.

We don't have figures from the US, but we can guess it isn't way off from Japan.  Olympus leads, Sony is Number 2, Panasonic 3.  Nikon is far behind in 4th.  Canon market share is so small its not worth talking about.  m43 should have more than half the market.

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