EOS R5, "Hefty Fifty" and more.
- Apr 30, 2020
That’s why use overhead projectors and transparencies and not electronicYou can never be superior to an OVF, by definition.
Way to just make stuff up.
DSLRs still constitute a huge share of the market.There will not be a 100% migration to mirrorless in a single generation, if ever.
Canon will not abandon half or more of the full frame market, especially in these highly competitive times when every manufacturer is fighting to hold on to market share.
1. There is never a 100% of anything anywhere, ever, so your bold statement has zero meaning. There has not been a 100% migration away from autofocus, or from film, or from view cameras, or from wet glass plates. Which is irrelevant to the question at hand.
2. A "single generation" in the digital camera world is a couple years, in which case I agree with even the implication that flippy mirrors won't be obsolete or entirely out of production in a few years. Or did you mean a 20-year human generation?