How camera makers are getting their design groove on
Canon’s EOS M uses a relatively large APS-C sensor like its bigger SLR brethren, but ditching the SLR mirror means the camera body is smaller.
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COLOGNE, Germany — A decade ago, a cataclysm rocked the photography business as digital image sensors replaced fim.
It turns out that was just the beginning.
At the Photokina show here, it was clear a second wave of change is sweeping through the industry. Cameras produced during the first digital photography revolution looked and worked very similarly to their film precursors, but now designers have begun…
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