jolyonralph said:Woody said:Good Enough usually wins in the marketplace. There's usually a solid niche available for Better Than Others. But Good Enough is where the volume will be."
This may well be the case for the APS-C and low-end market (even, dare I say, the 6D II market), but for the semi-pro to professional market there is a much greater awareness of the capabilities of competing equipment.
not really. you'd be surprised how many pros and even prosumers do not care about the minutiae the forum warriors agonize over.
they are more concerned about ergonomics, and the camera getting out of their way then they ever are about the small differences of DR or whatever is the latest buzz word for the forum warriors.
the reason the DSLR sales are slumping is because so many of the semi professionals and professionals are in the "my current camera is good enough for my business needs" that they don't really care what else is out there, unless it meets their current needs better, and in alot of cases, it doesn't matter.
instead of upgrading every release with pent up demand for better and more advantageous features, it's now, I'll upgrade when it dies.