i wonder how long before dslr's become the hipster/ artsy thing to shoot.
i do remember shooting film into early 2000's maybe.. at which point if i recall correctly digital started trickling into the mainstream..
i dont recall clearly as i was to poor to afford more than a disposable film camera in those days..
but seems like the digital take over was pretty quick.
i dont think anything kills anything as literally as those that feel ML does nothing for them are trying to twist things into.
there will always be paper, i still see cd's for sale at CVS/walmart , they still sell film.
but no where near what it used to be.
ML will eventually dominiate. i wonder if it will be as quick as the way digital took over films spot
The jump from film to digital was massive and FAR more advantageous for the shooter from the workflow standpoint alone as the internet was just taking off. The jump from DSLR to mirrorless is negligible in comparison and vastly overrated. Hobby and enthusiast photographers on forums switching over is nice and all but when you see all those pro sports, action and wildlife shooters switching to mirrorless, then you will know it has really arrived. Im guessing thats going to start happening once Canon and Nikon release their FF mirrorless cameras but a major shift wont happen for another 3-5 years.