Why is Micro Four Thirds always behind the curve?

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contaxndigital Regular Member • Posts: 107
Why is Micro Four Thirds always behind the curve?

In the year 2009, the Olympus E-P1 came out, leading everyone to realize a brand new type of camera that could be created. Smaller lenses, smaller everything. Ever since then however, both Olympus and Panasonic have not been able to release a single camera that has had the same kind of impact as the E-P1 did. Even more so, every single time another brand (Sony) innovates, and releases a camera such as the NEX-7, there is absolutely no response from both Olympus and Panasonic.

Why do you think that these two brands are having such a hard time keeping up, especially after starting the whole thing?

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