Mirrorless Takes Another Hammering

Started May 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
vzlnc
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Re: Mirrorless Takes Another Hammering
In reply to Ulric, May 19, 2013

Ulric wrote:

vzlnc wrote:

Ulric wrote:

vzlnc wrote:

Mirrorless cams are way over priced for now and that will always keep them as a niche market.

I would say that E-PM2+kit lens is about the same price and same IQ as an entry-level DSLR (say, a D3200). That seems reasonable to me.

No viewfinder , no flash for same price as the D3200 which has a flash and viewfinder. m43 is more expensive as a system, but atleast if they keep the entry level cost cheaper, more people will try them out.

The D3200 lacks the killer feature of the E-PM2: small size. They complement each other, and as long as no reasonably sized DSLRs exist,

People worried about size have better alternatives than the overpriced junk. Killer features are like the 24MP sensor in the D3200 or the ergonomics of a well designed DSLR like the D7000 or 7D of the blazing fast PDAF. Pretty much most DSLRs are reasonably sized and priced as well. For people who want light, there are many reasonable priced and good quality compacts.

I don't see what would replace cameras such as the E-PM2.

Going by the sales charts, D3200 or any point and shoot if budget and size are a consideration.

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