Let’s talk about something obvious that apparently is big news: Nikon is going to stop making DSLRs.
According to Nikkei, Nikon has been “losing out” to smartphones and is aiming to push back against that trend by offering mirrorless products with more unique features. The report goes on to say that the Japanese camera giant will continue the production and distribution of existing DSLR models, but its focus will turn to digital mirrorless cameras.
Uh, yeah. We already knew that. For more, read this week’s Clipped Highlights!
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Author: Jaron Schneider