Some sales figures about the mirrorless market in Japan in February 2020 (image on top).
BCN Retail published market shares for mirrorless cameras in Japan for February 2020, and they show that Sony is the undisputed leader when it comes to sales figures. Although Canon is present in the top ten withe the EOS M50 (Kiss M in Japan) and the EOS M100, it’s a clear Sony dominance with the a6400 ranked third and close to the EOS M50.
The best entry-level mirrorless camera. Hot question, isn’t it?
DPReview‘s Chris and Jordan compare the Fujifilm X-T200, the Sony a6100 and the Canon EOS M50. And the question is: which one is right for you? While we are (obviously) rooting for the EOS M50, the Fujifilm X-T200 might…well…be interesting too.
Some good news about the new Canon EOS-1D X Mark III. Will this stop the Canon-smashing when it comes to dynamic range? Probably not. But then, dynamic range is a measure that already has little importance in real life, so I guess at the end of the day it doesn’t matter.
More information about eye autofocus is listed here. If you want to see how much eye autofocus (and AF in general) got better with the latest Canon EOS R firmare update have a look here and here and here.
Undecided which mirrorless camera is the right one for you? Not sure to go Canon despite visiting this Canon aficionados site? We may have the advice you need.
The guys at BorrowLenses discuss what they think are the five best mirrorless cameras of 2019, and what makes them stand out of the pack.
Since fall of 2018, the mirrorless world has exploded with new releases from Sony, Nikon, Canon and others. In this video, we take a close look at what the big 3 have had to offer in the last year or so. Sony, the leader of the mirrorless pack, has given us the a6100, a6400 and a6600 crop-cameras, and for full frame, the a7R IV and a9 II. Nikon made their entry into the mirrorless market in 2018 with the Z 7 and Z 6, and this year introduced a crop mirrorless body, the Z 50. Canon followed shortly after Nikon in 2018 with the EOS R, a midrange mirrorless camera and followed that up with the EOS RP, a mirrorless offering focused squarely at the entry level market.
So, it’s a Sony/Nikon/Canon thing. Enjoy the video.
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