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Interesting poll at the end of the article, although everyone has an opinion.

https://petapixel.com/2018/03/14/death-dslrs-near/
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I have no plans to replace my Nikon right now, nor in the foreseeable future. It's still relatively new, and more than adequate for my purposes. If I were a pro that might be different, but I'm not.

If I ever do need to replace it I'll learn about mirrorless then. Right now it would just be a temptation I wouldn't indulge. :-)
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Good article, but I can't rationalize changing ships to mirrorless in my future.. I suspect our iPhones are already the mirrorless solution... Pretty mind boggling already with my 8+, the newer ones even more so as multi-lens and it's software, graphics processors multiply their processing.. Raw in an iPhone!

And our kids, grandkids soak it all up, may never see where it began...
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I'm keeping my Nikon/Nikkor and waiting for a mirrorless F-mount. Nikon??? Luv to use my manual primes on another body. Most started on film, went digital and the next gen(?)... Good glass makes for great images.
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Good glass makes for great images.

Ahmen
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Good glass is, sadly, pricey! That first D70, I bought as a Body only, then added a 24-120mm and a 12-24mm lens to my made up kit.. 24-120mm was decent, but I did pay a chunk for the 12-24mm lens. The 24-120mm lens motor died, past warranty, so I moved on... The 12-24 is still solid, but lightly used.. But it doesn't eat much, so it's still in the lens case.. I took all my lenses out a while back, surprising how many there were.. If my GD had gone Nikon, I'd have gladly shared the wealth.. BIL is a Nikon guy, maybe he needs to... Oops, forgot, he lost everything in the firestorm, so, yes, he needs a refill...
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