Interchangeable lens camera shipments remain slightly down from last year, according to the latest data. DSLRs remain the bread and butter of the industry, as the perceived mirrorless shift still hasn't taken hold when looking at the raw numbers, especially in North America. Could that be because the two biggest DSLR manufacturers don't appear to have taken mirrorless seriously for the advanced amateur/professional, like Fuji, Olympus and Sony have?

As for Canon's place in the mirrorless segment, it's the same old story, is Canon not serious about mirrorless because the market isn't growing, or is the market not growing because Canon doesn't appear serious about it?

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