And second place is still second place, as in there is another camera that is more popular.
Firstly, there are more than 30 models of mirrorless cameras out there and to be ranked in second place is nothing to snort at.
Secondly, the most popular model, NEX-5R, only managed to capture 11.9% market shares, a smidge more than the EOS-M at 9.2%. If the most popular model is commanding 20 to 30% market share, then you may have a point here. But that's clearly not the case here.Still hardly ever see them out in the wild. No one I know owns one.
You could have been a bit more tactful with your put down. I hardly stated any numbers or facts to begin with, and yeah I should have researched it and added that it was my opinion that it seems a less popular option.
To extend your personal observations based on a small circle of people you know to the entire population of camera users in Japan is to spread falsehood with no basis.
What exactly are we trying to achieve here?
As you can see I have an EOS M. I Like the EOS M. I want to see more lenses for the EOS M. I wish the camera had more notoriety and market share so that Canon might create more for the EOS M.
Which part do you disagree upon?
No one listens to my observations or opinions anyway. Sorry if I have tainted the web with my deceit!