Mirrorless vs DSLR

Started Nov 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
Dennis
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Re: Some differences and the appeal of mirrorless...
In reply to MoreorLess, Nov 12, 2013

MoreorLess wrote:

I'd argue the reality of the mirrorless market is that its key growth area is aiming between the DSLR and the compact. Basically offering a larger sensor but with the useability of a compact, I.E. no viewfinder, fewer controls.

I'd disagree.  I think that mirrorless has floundered in large part because that's what manufacturers have been offering until recently.  Only so many p&s'ers want to "upgrade" to a bigger p&s.  Most look at Canon Rebels and Nikon D3200s for $550 with a viewfinder and get that a DSLR is a "serious" camera, and wonder why they'd want a $550 point & shoot with a lens sticking out of it.  More cameras like the Panasonic G series and Sony A3000 are needed, at least in the US, for mirrorless to make inroads.  (I think Sony got too cheap with the A3000 which is selling for under $400 with a lens, but has reportedly terrible LCD and EVF).

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