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A lot of what will dictate lens sales will also be video. EF isn't going anywhere soon as there are major cinema camera manufacturers who support EF mount NATIVELY as well as their own through first party bayonets, drives, image processing etc. . .RED comes to mind for example.

E-Mount is gaining native support in the video community naturally since Sony has always been a driving force behind video as well so we will see the popularity of Sony continue to rise.

It's not a coincidence that Canon and Sony are at the top now. . they're also key players in the video industry too. These two are able to market their photographic mounts into another industry rather well and provide the most seamless hardware and workflow between the two at least in the segment that remains a notch below the full blown no-limits to cost of using ARRI Cameras, A company which btw is also making accessories for EOS.

Link | Posted on May 23, 2017 at 17:23 UTC as 91st comment | 1 reply
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Anfy: Yes, it is better than the D610 at ISO 3200 and especially 6400, but not so much to justify the difference in price and lack of video and dual SD slot.

Dual card slots aren't really about memory capacity as memory cards have gotten to the capacity of not needing to switch out for most scenarios, they are for backup and or writing images raw in one card and jpeg or of lower quality in another etc. . .

Link | Posted on Dec 18, 2013 at 01:53 UTC
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