Two decades ago, DSLRs were introduced to replace film cameras. With only a few megapixels, very short battery life, and an overall low quality, it was only natural that most photographers were very skeptical at first. It took a few generations until digital cameras were fully accepted and analog photography was left to the enthusiasts rather than the professionals.
In recent years, we’ve already seen a sharp turn in the status of DSLRs. Mirrorless cameras and smartphones... more