How Camera Makers are Getting their Design Groove On
A decade ago, a cataclysm rocked the photography business as digital image sensors replaced fim.
It turns out that was just the beginning.
At the Photokina show, it was clear a second wave of change is sweeping through the industry. Cameras produced during the first digital photography revolution looked and worked very similarly to their film precursors, but now designers have begun liberating them from the old constraints.
Three big developments are pushing the changes: a new class of interchangeable-lens cameras, the arrival of smartphones with wireless networking, and the sudden enthusiasm