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Sony's Mirrorless Cameras are Winning Over the Pros: Bloomberg

3 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

The ongoing battle over camera supremacy between Canon, Nikon, and Sony is receiving more mainstream attention in the business world. Bloomberg has published a report on the rise of Sony through its mirrorless cameras and states that Sony is now winning over professional photographers.
Sony has enjoyed a sizable lead in the booming mirrorless camera race thanks to its willingness to launch full-frame mirrorless cameras while Canon and Nikon largely twiddled their thumbs and continued focusing on their bread and butter DSLR businesses.
As a result, Sony is now chipping away at the duopoly's...
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The Rear Layout of Nikon's Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

The Rear Layout of Nikon's Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

3 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Nikon's teasers for its upcoming full-frame mirrorless camera have largely been looks at the front and sides of the camera. Here's a look at what the back will likely be like.
Nikon Rumors published the diagram above, writing that it's a drawing made by a photographer who has used/seen/tested the camera out in the field.
“As you can see from the sketch, the back layout is similar to most Nikon DSLR cameras with the exception that there are no buttons/controls on the left side of the screen,” Nikon Rumors writes. “The screen itself looks pretty big and there is also a comfortable/ergonomic...
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A Very Kelly Christmas: 1940

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