Yep, the camera world is changing and the older style DSLRs will be replaced with newer technology cameras that are lighter, smaller and able to shoot still images and videos seamlessly. Until that happens I plan to hold onto my Canon DSLRs and continue to capture moments in time.
Trey Ratcliff can’t picture himself investing any more money in DSLR bodies and lenses. The new Nikon D4 that is coming out? Not interested.
3rd Gen Cameras are already here, and they will only get better according to all the laws of size and speed we’ve come to know and love.
What are 3rd Gen Cameras?
These are the new line of cameras that don’t use the 20th century technology of a mechanical mirror inside that flips up and down between photos. In a few years, we’ll all look back and smile, having fond memories of using these Da Vinci-esque mechanical devices. Charts of how cameras used to work with their flipping innards will look like some of Leonardo’s unrealized steampunk inventions.