On the heels of a Bloomberg report detailing changes in professional photography manufacturer preferences, Sony has announced that it is the undisputed #1 of full-frame interchangeable cameras.
The statistics reflect both total number of units sold and dollars generated. Four out of every ten full-frame interchangeable lens cameras sold in the U.S. during the first half of 2018 were made by Sony, according to the in-house report.
“These strong results can be attributed to the company’s leadership in transitioning the market from older DSLR technology to next-generation mirrorless cameras,” Sony said in a statement.
Nikon and Canon are both expected to imminently release a full-frame mirrorless competitor; but it is unclear whether this will be enough to get them out of Sony’s rear-view mirror. Check out the full report, here.
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