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Subject: Re: Fuji buys Xerox. The king is dead
Date: Sat, 03 Feb 2018 09:48:35 -0500
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In article<>, Alfred
Molon<> wrote:

> > The faster auto-focus
> Is that really faster? 


> Mirrorless cameras have a huge advantage because 
> their sensors see the scene all the time, analyse it all the time and 
> can focus much better on moving targets. 
> Mirrored cameras instead are essentially blind all the time and have to 
> rely on limited AF sensors.

they're not blind nor are they limited.

in general, slr autofocus is faster, for a variety of reasons.