Why Micro Four Thirds Is The Future, Not Full Frame?

Why Micro Four Thirds Is The Future, Not Full Frame?

Micro Four Thirds was the best selling system format in Japan for 2020, yet some “photography YouTubers” claimed doom and gloom, saying Micro Four Thirds is dead, and full frame will be taking over.

Robin Wong pubished a video and says that he disagrees. He thinks Micro Four Thirds is the best balanced system format moving forward, being truly small and compact in size and delivering high quality images. Also, camera sales (regardless of brands and formats) have been drastically declining over the years.

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It is not difficult to predict that the camera making business will not be sustainable, and the only way to move forward and survive this, is for the camera manufacturers to co-exist with smartphones to continue to drive sales to the industry.  Check out the video below for full coverage.

According to sales numbers we usually see Olympus cameras rank higher, this includes the latest interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras sold in Japan in 2020. OIympus E-M10 Mark III beat out the rivals and win the no #1 of mirrorless cameras.

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Also join the Micro Four Thirds Users Facebook Group to share your MFT photography.

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