Welcome to the camera design revolution!
Adorama Learning Center Editors
September 20, 2011
In the last few years, two amazing things have happened to camera design: Video capture was added to DSLRs, and a new breed of interchangeable-lens cameras that deliver the same image quality as a DSLR but are much smaller was introduced. This new Adorama Learning Center department is devoted to the latter, growing group of cameras that we call MILCs (Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Compacts; read this blog post about why we chose this particular acronym).
At the Adorama Learning Center, we've been covering MILCs since the day they first burst on the scene. After two years, with MILCs now the fastest-growing category, we felt it was time to devote a department to them. Enjoy!
MILCs in the News and on the Adorama Blog!
NEWS Nikon Announces Its First Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Compact Cameras
BLOG Reflections on Nikon's New Mirrorless World
NEWS Samsung Unveils NX200, 20MP Interchangeable Lens Compact, More
NEWS Sony Refreshes Camera Lineup, Boasts "World's Fastest Camera"
NEWS Panasonic Announces New Cameras, Lenses for Fall '11
NEWS Pentax Announces The Q, Claims It's World's Smallest Interchangeable-Lens Compact Camera
BLOG The right way to design a prime lens...and the wrong way
NEWS Weekend Wrap for June 17, 2011
NEWS Olympus Relaunches Digital Pen Camera System
BLOG Hands On: Road Trip With The New Olympus E-P3
NEWS Panasonic Lumix GF3 Weighs Under 8 oz
NEWS Weekend Wrap for May 13, 2011
NEWS Weekend Wrap For February 25, 2011
NEWS CES 2011 Report, Day 2
NEWS Weekend Wrap December 30 2010