DSLR’s Are A Dying Breed! Trey Ratcliff Lays Out The Coming Changes
Wow, what a great article written by a guy many of us follow, Trey Ratcliff of StuckInCustoms. I don’t often post from other sites but sometimes it’s the best thing to do for passing information along that you folks can use. If you follow my Blog, or travel with Tanya and me, you know that I’ve been talking for four years about the Mirrorless Revolution that’s in full swing and coming like a freight train. Trey Ratcliff sees the same road ahead although he refers to it as “3rd. Generation Cameras”. He writes a great piece on his blog about his thoughts and predictions and they are dead on with what I’ve been talking about for the last several years. You might want to head over to his informative Blog to take a look. Don’t forget about us over here at Natural Exposures after you see his site, he’s a master at this web stuff and a great photographer to boot. Keep in mind that his images are a bit more processed than what I typically care for, due to my my journalistic roots, but for those of you who have no issues with a more manipulated look, he has some great information on how he does it all.
Nikon's V1, their first entry into the Mirrorless Revolution.
The only difference I have with his take on how the Mirrorlesss Revolution will evolve is his predictions on where Canon and Nikon stand in this exciting new world of cameras. Although I wasn’t excited about Nikon’s decision to go with a smaller sensor size in their new Mirrorless cameras, the J1 and V1, these two new models offer industry leading, world class technology advantages. If they bring even half the technology in the V1, into updated more professional models, they’ll be industry leaders in the coming new world of photography like they have for so many years in the traditional DSLR industry. Hope you find Trey’s Blog as interesting as I did.
Tags: Micro 4/3's, Micro Four Thirds, Mirrorless