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From: nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: Fuji buys Xerox. The king is dead
Date: Thu, 01 Feb 2018 19:28:37 -0500
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In article <p50807$h4j$>, sms<> wrote:

> No one thought mirroless would displace SLRs so quickly but the size and 
> weight advantages proved irresistible for a) non-studio photography 
> (where size and weight don't matter) and b) sports, and wildlife 
> photography where continuous auto-focus performance is better with the 
> SLR, and an optical viewfinder is preferred. But for other professional 
> use, like weddings, the size and weight advantages of mirrorless systems 
> are overwhelming.

mirrorless has not displaced slrs. not even remotely close.

  In terms of camera system used, DSLR cameras were behind 88.8% of 
  the winners, mirrorless cameras had 5.55%, and other types represented
  another 5.55%.

maybe one day they will. not today.