Ocolon: Ergonomics could be nice, BUT can you still call this a compact camera? It’s even wider than a Nikon D4. For me, its size puts it in a different class than fixed lens compacts such as Ricoh GR, Nikon Coolpix A or even Fuji X100, Sony RX1 and the earlier Sigma DP cameras.
Indeed narrower: http://j.mp/1dBT7YV
Tandua: yes, it's the true...for decrease
but worldwide shipments of DSLR and MR like cameras present big differences
DLSR selling growth up (a lot )!!Mirrorless selling growth down
the mirrorless hype is it over?
see graphs here
I think the reson for that is that most people prefer shooting with mobile phone cameras. When new phone cameras will come with 1/1.5" or eve larger sensor with soem type of flexible lens zooming mechanism, many people won't even bother with CSC. Professional will continue to shoot with DSLRs obviously, but I think that with advaned mobiel camera technologies that will introduced in the future (a lot of money will be poured into those technologies), even enthusiastwill ditch their mirrorless cameras.
The mobile phone killed third of the conventional camera business with a few years time, and I just wonder what the leading camera manufacturers are planning to do next -- I don't think that Canon is planning to release a smartphone, is it?
These guys are breaking records on kickstarter, amazing how fast they raised funds.. really amazing.
This is just extraordinary, just couldn't believe that I'm watching an ISO 3200 photo.. and from a 1-inch sensor- impressive indeed
Henry M. Hertz: more money then brain...
great image!!! very funny.
What if the man in the picture is the one who is in the photo and the person who send this image to the competition :) - great shot!
Typo in the title? should be 18.5 not 10.5?!
The future of commenting - Finally!. 942 characters left.. Why the left?. they should stay.
Love this image, very creative!