History & Future of the dSLR

Started Jun 13, 2013 | Discussions thread
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It depends on how you look at the concept of "Photograph"
In reply to Biological_Viewfinder, Jun 13, 2013

If you define a (good) photograph as the most precise record of something you witnessed, then surely as time passes, cameras will continue to evolve into ever- better "record-keeping" devices

But if by "photograph" you mean the product of your own personal artistic expression then it matters not what tool(s) you use. Assuming no mechanical malfunction a 1DS will continue doing what it did for you way back when. To express themselves through photographic art, people still use Holgas and pinhole cameras. And as long as these tools continue to do what is expected of them, they will never become obsolete.

Heck "brush technology" from Michelangelo's days is still good for visual art after... hundreds of years.

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