Samsung to slowly abandon point and shoot cameras and concentrate on mirrorless

Samsung reminded us again that they want to become "the biggest mirrorless camera vendor by 2015 with a more than twenty-percent market share". In order to achieve that, the company will be slowly phasing out its point and shoot cameras production and concentrate entirely on mirrorless solutions: "low-end compact camera offerings will gradually be reduced, as we are now concentrating on the mirrorless segment" according to the WSJ.

Samsung recently announced three new mirrorless NX cameras and is planning to announce more mirrorless products during Photokina 2012.

Via The Verge

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