La semaine dernière, le site Imaging Resource a rendu public une interview avec un responsible de Ricoh, qui a émis une opinion intéressante : selon lui, d’ici 1 ou 2 ans des utilisateurs d’hybrides reviendront au viseur optique…
Est-ce parceque Pentax est technologiquement ou financièrement incapable de se lancer dans une gamme hybride Full Frame actuellement ? Ou un avis sincère ? A votre avis ? Extrait :
« Dave Etchells : This is maybe just another way of asking the question about mirrorless, but while the overall market for interchangeable-lens is decreasing, DSLR is decreasing more rapidly. How has that been felt within Ricoh, and what are the ways that you intend to combat that general decline?
Hiroki Sugahara : Currently, mirrorless is a newcomer, so of course many users are very interested in the new systems, they want to use [them]. But after one or two years, some users who changed their system from DSLR to mirrorless come back to the DSLR again.
Dave Etchells : Really?
Hiroki Sugahara : I believe. Because as I said before, each system has its own benefits or appealing points. The mirrorless camera is very convenient to shoot, because users can [preview the final] image before shooting. But I believe the DSLR has its own appealing point, because users can create their own image from the optical viewfinder. People can see the beautiful image through the optical viewfinder, and then think how they can create their pictures — for example, exposure level setting or white balance or ISO [sensitivity] — and then imagine how they can get [the result they’re seeking].
Dave Etchells : Mmm, mmm »…. Lire la suite…