Now we see through a glass, darkly...
- Apr 5, 2016
For most high frame rate shooters, fps is useless unless the AF tracking can keep up. So far mirrorless can't track a moving subject at 10-14 fps nearly as well as DSLRs can. Before sports/action shooters will switch from DSLRs to mirrorless, that has to change.But if Canon can overcome the problems of EVF (which should be possible) and gain some advantage on battery life (which would appear to be difficult - I don't know why they just don't use Dilithium crystals) this would be a market advantage. Mirrorless has the potential for much higher frame rates. Mirrored is physically limited to how FPS it can be.