The shutterbugs who were supposed to flock to [mirrorless] cameras found other ways of taking pictures. A number of serious (“prosumer”) amateurs and even a few professional photographers have become staunch mirrorless fans, especially now they provide almost as much control over shooting conditions as full-sized digital SLRs. But more mainstream consumers have generally shied away from them, at least in America and Europe, though less so in Japan.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: On the Mirrorless Camera Market —The Economist
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