Subject: Re: Fuji buys Xerox. The king is dead
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Subject: Re: Fuji buys Xerox. The king is dead
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On 2/1/2018 9:51 AM, Alfred Molon wrote:
> In article<>,
> Savageduck says...
>> I guess that was a better deal than bailing Nikon out.
> Nikon are losing money?


It would not be surprising if Canon's camera division is also 
unprofitable, but cameras are a small part of Canon's business.

Compact point and shoot camera sales have dwindled due to smart phones.

The Fuji mirrorless cameras are now the choice of professionals. I 
teased a professional photographer I know about him selling off all his 
Nikon equipment, and he said that the shift to Fuji by professionals has 
been amazing.

There was already Fuji-Xerox in Asia, they're just taking over all of Xerox.