From: Savageduck <savageduck1@{REMOVESPAM}me.com>
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On Feb 1, 2018, Savageduck wrote
(in article<0001HW.2023EA1601E43F6A70000F3932CF@news.giganews.com>):

> On Feb 1, 2018, sms wrote
> (in article <p50807$h4j$1@dont-email.me>):
>
> > On 2/1/2018 12:15 PM, Savageduck wrote:
> >
> > > <https://petapixel.com/2017/06/06/report-claims-japanese-government-a...
> > > fuji-help-nikon/>
> >
> > Japan doesn't want a chinese or Korean company taking over Nikon.
> >
> > Nikon is very late to mirrorless, which is where all the growth in
> > high-value digital cameras is occurring. "Canon and Nikon have both
> > dabbled in mirrorless cameras in recent years but have failed to create
> > products that are competitive against the offerings of companies like
> > Sony and Fujifilm." Unfortunately for Canon and Nikon, this is an
> > industry where it can be fatal to be late because few people switch
> > systems once they begin acquiring lenses and other accessories.
> >
> > The Fuji-X series has now become the de-facto mirrorless standard for
> > professionals. Nikon recently announced their new Z mount at CES, but
> > there won't be much leverage there because existing F mount lenses can't
> > be used without some kind of clunky adapter which professionals hate.
> > The Nikon 1 mirrorless system has not taken off.
> >
> > 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.
>
> ...and even that is rapidly changing. For studio work there is now the
> Fujifilm GFX50S with MF sensor, and some very good glass. When it comes to
> AF-S/AF-C and tracking, the X-T2, and X-E3 are not far behind DSLR
> performance, and in some comparisons, not all, might even be considered
> better.
>
> <http://thephotofundamentalist.com/uncategorized/returning-to-a-dslr...
>
> <http://macfilos.com/photo/2018/1/23/fuji-x-two-years-after-moving-f...
>
> <https://photographylife.com/fuji-x-t2-and-xf-100-400mm-for-bird-phot...
>
> <http://danielkorzeniewskiphoto.com/fuji-gfx-50s-travel-camera/#>
>
> <https://fujilove.com/shooting-motor-sport-in-shanghai/>
>
> <https://fujifilm-blog.com/2017/11/22/sports-photography-as-a-spectat...

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Savageduck