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- Jul 21, 2010
Not necessarily. For a company that makes both APS-C and FF DSLR's, and more recently launched what has become a very popular and profitable line of APS -C MILCs, a FF MILC is a very logical evolution. Sony's success in that market subsegment may have caused Canon to accelerate their timeline, but I highly doubt that Sony's recent success is the reason Canon started working on developing a FF MILC. Nor was Sony the main driver for the EOS M, since prior to that time both Olympus and Panasonic had more of the MILC market than Sony.Yeah, but educated forum dwellers also know that Canon would not be making any FF MILC moves at all if it weren’t for Sony’s success