From Kirk Tuck: “Will the DSLR Die? Will Small Cameras Rule the World?”

I am a regular reader of Kirk Tuck’s blog “The Visual Science Lab” and one of his recent post closely mirrors a post that I’ve been working on myself.  I may or may not publish mine since his version, I believe, is spot on! Below are a few selected quotes, I encourage you to visit his site to read the entire post.

Kirk Tuck

“As the number of full time professional photographers relentlessly shrinks more and more photography will be that of opportunity.  And I think you’ll agree that opportunity favors those who have A camera with them over those who own incredible stuff that requires multiple sherpas for transport.”

“No one is trying to pry your hands off a full frame (e35mm) sensor.  We’re just gently suggesting that form factor changes, driven by technology, are inevitable.  Just as cellphones shrank from big ugly boxes in cars to slender, pocketable products while expanding their power at the same time.” read the entire post

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One response to “From Kirk Tuck: “Will the DSLR Die? Will Small Cameras Rule the World?”

  1. yup… We’ll get over it if we have the intellectual strength to change with our culture. 🙂

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