7D mk2: apsc’s last stand?

Started Mar 8, 2013 | Discussions thread
RedFox88 Forum Pro • Posts: 28,383
hardly, it's 90 to 95% of the dSLR market!
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epl17d50 wrote:

So if the APSC pro market won’t buy it will be back to super rebels and entry level FF split. And if the FF entry levels will drop some more in prices and continue to improve in specs in their next generations the super rebels might slowly disappear too.

Hardly, aps-c is 90 to 95% of the dSLR market!  We are talking about different formats similar to comparing 35mm to medium format.  Different lenses (at times with 35mm being bigger and more expensive) between aps-c and 35mm, bigger and heavier bodies too.

Walmart carries no 35mm dSLRs in-store and Best Buy carries about 9 aps-c dSLRs and 1 35mm (d600)

The 7D is 3.5 years old but I often see posts in the 7D forum of "just bought a 7D".  Enthusiasts are still buying it which means there is still demand for pro aps-c.  However, the d300/s is so old that I really don't see people posting they just bought a d300s.  If they do, it's a used unit until a d400 might come out.

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