nbaresejr said:Here’s the problem.... we all have a list of friends who have abandoned Canon for Sony (or Nikon), yet Canons market share has risen.... that’s the range of anecdotal data....
Another thing that has been proven repeatedly over the years is that we forum members do not represent the typical Canon buyer, and if anything, we are the opposite of typical.
BTW, welcome to the forum!
Thank you! It looks like I joined in 2013 but never posted anything. Just like to read what you are all saying and love the speculation.
Your right, us enthusiasts(me) or pros account for such a small percentage of Canon buyers.
to be honest, I'm now only an enthusiast and I'm perfectly happy with what Canon has done on the EF-M lineup. While there's minor annoyances with the ecosystem, it's more than good enough for my current travel limitations. I would have to spend a considerable amount more for a Fuji or Sony system that would shoot the same.
Would I buy a full frame mirrorless, maybe, maybe not. the lenses will be alot larger than the EF-M lenses, and considerably more expensive.
Just because people are enthusiasts doesn't necessarily mean they are thinking of jumping ship and are not content with what is there already.