Goodbye to DSLRs?
I don’t own a DSLR but I have a lot of friends who does. I get to observe how they handle their gadgets with care, see their drive to upgrade and invest on lenses, and feed on their hunger to take shot after shot of trials to get that one perfect picture. In a way, I get to know (and borrow their cameras to experience the DSLR creativity) how it is like to invest for that picture-perfect moment. Although, I never had the urge to purchase one myself. I am contented with my digital camera. Fits in any of my purse so I can bring it everyday and anywhere. With an additional android phone, I’m content with my multimedia needs for image capturing.
I stumbled on this link in Facebook and got into those technological humdrums on why technology has to evolve so fast it creates frustration among many of us. We invest so much on one gadget only to have it replaced after a few years. To most it may not be an issue although that is unlikely. Even if you are not a professional photographer, you are aware of how nostalgic and momentous a beautiful, crisp image can be. So a common man will invest likely invest in those too.
Reading the article, and pardon my lack of DSLR knowledge to comprehend most of the technical jargon, what I could deduce is 3rd generation cameras will lose their necessity for a bulky exterior. This will be so because the need for many DSLR parts will be less needed, resulting to a thinner and more mobile gadget.
Did I get that right?
If anyone could put into better context what is indicated in the said article, please do enlighten us less DSLR knowledgeable ones. XD