History & Future of the dSLR

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Stacey_K
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Re: History & Future of the dSLR
In reply to Biological_Viewfinder, 10 months ago

I believe the future will be in mirror-less cameras. The AF speed is still an issue but if they work out PDAF on sensor or some other way to get fast/tracking CAF = to what dSLR's have now, it will end any sort of back/front, left focus point etc focusing issues we see with dSLR's. The FPS will get worked out too.

EVF's are and will improve more to the point the viewfinder isn't an issue, + they can do software overlays, zoom in to make -sure- focus is nailed when tripod shooting with a MF lens etc.

With film a mirror was absolutely required for an SLR to operate, that isn't true with digital and as technology improves, there should be no good reason to use one.

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