Why Nikon and Canon have given up on DSLRs
Nikon popularized the SLR camera in the 50s with the F, and its DSLRs have been a top pro choice for years. Now, Nikon has reportedly stopped developing new models, joining Canon and Sony, so why? The answer is that mirrorless cameras are finally fast enough for action photography and the latest EVFs are superior to optical viewfinders. And mirrorless now beats DSLRs when it comes to video, stabilization and more.