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Engadget: Why mirrorless cameras are taking over

Engadget:

While mirrorless cameras have been rising in popularity since at least 2013, driven in large part by Sony’s A7 and Panasonic’s GH cameras, this past year feels like the start of this camera format becoming dominant. Both Nikon and Canon, the last major manufacturers to avoid the full-frame mirrorless market, released feature-packed cameras complete with radically new designs and lens mounts, and we’ve seen ambitious new models from Fujifilm and Panasonic that bring features not before seen in DSLRs. Traditional DSLRs aren’t going anywhere for a while, but expect to see more and more mirrorless designs from all these companies.

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