A lot has been said about the demise of the point and shoot camera over the last few years. In a world where every Smartphone has a camera (and some are pretty decent cameras), the it seemed like the point and shot will follow the path of the dedicated GPS, alarm clock and address book. All have been assimilated into the smart phone.
And with cellphone packing more and more decent cameras it seemed that the point and shoot market is unlikely to get End-Of-Lifed.
When I wrote about the slow demise of the pocket point-and-shoot camera and the rise of the cell phone camera, I got some pretty vocal feedback from digital photography enthusiasts and friends in the technology world. My declaration... Read Post
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In the late 2000s a new segment formed in the photography industry. This segment goes by many names, but the most common nowadays is “Mirrorless”. These cameras fall between the generic point and shoot cameras and the professional f... Read Post