It's not "inflated". In the era of smartphones, Canon still manages to sell cameras that interest people, and does it better than any other manufacturer.Canon's market share is inflated by sales of consumer camera's that don't really interest me.
That would be quite expensive boxes.Canon can put t7's in crackerjack boxes and McDonald's Happy Meals for all I care.
That's how tools earn their popularity. If you are in minority there, you can as well be in minority here.I judge camera's on their technical merits and ability to meet my needs, not their popularity.
Isn't that a kind of... well, overstatement?edit: The relevant point I was trying to make is that everything Canon has done in the last five years has been in response to pressure from Sony's Alpha's.
Did Canon, for instance, develop and publish CCAPI in response to pressure from Sony's Alphas? If so, which kind of pressure in particular, given that Sony is still not shipping a camera that supports WiFi tethering (in a legitimate way, I mean)?