Following up from Thom Hogan's article below: Why CP+ Was So Grim | Sans Mirror â€” mirrorless, interchangeable lens cameras | Thom Hogan I'd like to isolate this segment: Do you agree that the main problem facing :43: in particular and MILCs in general is the marketing strategy? Or is it more product positioning and focus? For example, I'd be waiting by now a larger proportion of the entry-level DSLR market being claimed by some :43: cameras. I have the Panasonic G-series in mind in this example. Also for those upgrading from P&S and camera phones there is a significant number of mirrorless system cameras to cover their needs. I'm admin in a Facebook page dealing with photography technical matters and I still see most people having the belief that the main upgrade path after P&S or bridge cameras is a DSLR. I think product-wise :43: is currently well positioned to cover a wide variety of needs and markets: from P&S converts to mid-level enthusiasts to semi-pro or even a number of pro photographers (not to mention videographers). So is it mainly market inertia and huge market presense and resources by Canonikon? Or there's something else that can be done to practically bring MILC in the hands of more photographers?