Do they use them for business travel?
Yes. Professional and amateur photographers use mirrorless cameras on a regular basis for both commercial and personal photography. Here’s why they do:
Many consumers think that digital cameras will be the big technology of the year. However, it’s worth noting that the number of people that have upgraded from their film photography hobby is relatively small compared to the total consumer. Of course, this isn’t a problem for videographers as they have a much bigger market share to target. With the popularity of the Sony A7r, DSLR cameras will never be relegated to an “it’s only for photography” niche.
As of 2017, there are more than 150,000 independent filmmakers and filmmakers looking for a mirrorless body while there are only 2,000 professional photographers. This is because of their need to capture the moment. When I started as a camera nerd, I wanted to capture the moment so I did what any good film enthusiast does in my younger days: I bought a DSLR.
Mirrors and lenses on mobile phones are becoming the new norm. If you’re using a camera to capture a fleeting moment, why not capture the moment with your smartphone?
The more mobile phones we use, the faster we have to think about the moment. If you’re walking down the street with your phone, you want to capture a moment. But if you’re taking a picture of some children you’re just going to forget about them in a couple of seconds if there’s no point of taking a selfie.
With mobile phones now being the predominant photography technology in the smartphone market, I can see how you could see why people use mirrorless cameras for personal and commercial use. With every minute you spend on your smartphone, you’re actually wasting more time for that short time.
It would be foolish for me to think that professional photographers are the only people using mirrorless cameras and lenses for personal and business uses. Many of the people out there are doing exactly that.
There’s definitely a place for professionals and amateur photographers. With the growth of the consumer, camera market, in terms of size, availability and price, there’s a place for professionals and amateur photographers to share the moment without the limitations that mobile devices such as iPhones and Android smartphones have.
With the growth of the consumer, camera market, in terms of size, availability and price, there’s a place for professional and amateur photographers to share the moment without the limitations that mobile devices such as