That's a nice moral if you want to tell a completely different story from the one with which you started.
What does "mirrorless" have to do with my recommendation that Canon dumps their "crop-frame" system and concentrate exclusively on "full-frame" - mirrored and, if they so desire, mirrorless?It is a fact that dSLRs outsell mirrorless by a very large margin.
So what does that prove? (But also read below.)You stated that pretty much everyone who was going to switch to mirrorless has already done so.
So?So unless you'd like to retract that statement, the moral of your original story is that MILCs have a very dismal future.
I am sorry, but how you came to that conclusion is for me a mystery.
However, if I understand you correctly, based on my typewriter analogy, DLSR's outsell "mirrorless" and thus "mirrorless" is doomed.
But if we push this interpretation of yours a tad further, then we see that "crop-frame" DSLR's outsell "full-frame" DSLR's. So does this mean that "full-frame" DSLR's are also doomed?
Why would you conclude everyone choosing between the 70D and 6D would choose the latter?
Perhaps because you said so?
You continue to misinterpret my statements, and now you're outright fabricating statements you're attributing to me. Sorry, but your reading comprehension is abysmal and that makes any further discussion totally pointless.