Right, so 2019 is just around the corner, what changes can we expect to see?
Every year, ground-breaking technologies shift the way we think about photography. To make sense of the changes, I write about where the world of photography is moving.
The tidal wave of change has already begun, and it is unsettling. DSLRs have moved into a niche category. As a niche, it now commands a hefty price premium.
The all new mirrorless war is well under way with Nikon taking a beating with more than enough bad reviews. Olympus is about to launch an all new EI X - this camera will deliver all new technologies in the normal Olympus fashion.
I’ve been writing about film photography in my previous blogs I am convinced that film is still a thing. According to Kodak, sales of their professional film grew more than 5 percent between 2013 and 2015 and a further 10 percent up until 2017.
So, as with film, old technologies often seem to make comebacks, and DSLR cameras may soon be considered a vintage technology in the history of photography.