- Mar 26, 2014
I have a hard time understanding Canon's fans enthusiasm for large, heavy, fast and very expensive RF lens that are a poor form fit for their small mirrorless cameras.
Photography equipment sales are weak, apparently some companies are limiting themselves to high profit equipment.
As for Fuji's strategy, Canon is covering small with EOS-M.
I thought the whole purpose of the mirrorless revolution was to reduce the size ? Looks like Canon's approach is to increase their bottom line rather than provide their customers with lenses that are a better form fit for their new cameras.
Yes, Canon is in the business of maximizing profit, not on making less money (or God forbid, lose any) on what customers think the revolution's purpose was to begin with.