On 01/09/2022 01:33, RichA wrote:
> Nearly every day, a new lens or two is announced. Not to mention other photographic accessories. Perhaps the death of the P&S was much more dramatic and extensive than the decline in sales of (now) mirrorless cameras? It's true that DSLR's are headed for the boneyard, as predicted, but overall numbers of ILC camera must still be fairly good for their to be such a strong
> accessory market.
Yes, surprising. I guess that manufacturers are desperate to get any income at
the moment, given the state of things.
Speaking personally, my Pixel 6 Pro now satisfies virtually all of my
photographic needs - that must count as my most recent purchase. It must be a
few years since I bought anything for the Panasonic MFT camera, and many years
since I bought anything for the Nikon DSLR. My most used kit after the phone
must be the MFT camera with either the Olympus macro lens, the f/1.7 lens for
low light, or the 300 mm lens for telephoto stuff. The phone is great for
low-light with built-in image stabilisation and image stacking.