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And they showed the cameras they were using for stills and video.  Sony A7 family. I guess it's
possible mirrorless are making inroads? 

	
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On Dec 18, 2017, RichA wrote
(in article<8dc5438b-4c5d-4489-ba33-8151a4bb8d97@googlegroups.com>):

> And they showed the cameras they were using for stills and video. Sony A7
> family. I guess it's possible mirrorless are making inroads?

Yup! Mirrorless are making inroads. My current camera holdings are Nikon DSLR 
= 2, Fujifilm MILC = 3.

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Savageduck