« on: November 30, 2013, 04:48:37 AM »
I did not read the article, but in 10 years, I would hope that technology has advanced enough to eliminate the need for the reflex mirror, so that we have mirrorless cameras (which are not DSLR's).
I believe that all the manufacturers are working on doing this and have a list of critical items that need to be addressed for it to happen. We can see some of the results with the first generation double pixel technology, and the newer EVO's. Its merely a question as to when the point will be reached where a reflex design is no longer necessary to get high end performance.
And except for AF speed and fps, the a7 is the proof that we are already there.