Found this and thought it would be a good follow-up to the last post about the Nikon DF going gold (the color, no indication of sales figures). Here's the link:
So maybe Canon is going to make a full frame mirrorless camera before Nikon? I'm still not convinced Canon or Nikon particularly care about this new market, and I hope I'm wrong because competition between these companies is what drives development, and ultimately gives photographers the best tools to work with in the field. These two behemoths are still dragging their feet on installing built-in wifi cards to their cameras as a standard feature. It's the end of 2014, and they are just now accepting that wifi is something we want. Yah. What boggles my mind is that these companies have developed some of the finest TTL metering systems in the world, an incredible feat, but they haven't developed a first party triggering system that doesn't rely on infrared technology, something that was new to my grandfather when he was a child. Things just don't add up with these guys. Do they use the products they create?
And now mirrorless...
You know what, let's just do an entire separate post on mirrorless and what makes it better, worse, and totally different than your run-of-the-mill DSLR.