Re: The end of the DSLR
On 2008-08-06, Jim Townsend <not@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Robert Sneddon wrote:
The major advantage these mirrorless cameras will have over P&S and
"bridge"/ZLR cameras will be interchangeable lens systems with coupled
It looks like these cameras are ZLR cameras with interchangeable lenses.
We should call them CLR cameras (Changeable Lens Reflex)..
You might but we shouldn't since the announced system has done away with
any reflex mechanism.
savvo orig. invib. man
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