You asked for info regarding the latest interchangeable lens camera market. Thom Hogan has done the job for you:
"So I went back to Canon and Nikon’s recent published numbers and the CIPA shipment numbers for 2014 so far and plugged them into a spreadsheet with Sony’s claims and an assumption about Sony’s DSLR sales (which they didn’t disclose). What I came up with was a range of values that went like this:
Canon — 38 to 40%
Nikon — 33 to 35%
Sony — 12 to 14%
...But, overall, it looks to me that we’re still locked into the same basic pattern for unit volume in interchangeable lens cameras that we’ve had since the early 90’s: Canon leading, Nikon following, and Sony (originally Minolta) trailing. At the moment, there’s nothing appearing from any of the three that seems to be going to alter that any time soon."
For now, because product loyalty takes time to overcome. Canonites will still swear true to the faith long after logic dictates otherwise, but eventually logic will prevail. If the three companies continue to address the future as they are now, Sony will be top dog with the other two a distant second.
If Canon and Nikon want to still be around in 10 years, they are going to need to radically revise their product design paradigm, because right now both of them are failing miserably.
Sony should focus on their TV, they once had the finest TV in the world and they have slipped in the last few years.
They once made a fine computer, I bought one they make now about two months ago, lucky I was able to get my money back. Sony the top DSLR company in ten years?