Back in February Dpreview interviewed Mr. Toshihisa Iida from Fuji. I missed to report one of his most interesting statements is this:
“There are several things that mirrorless manufacturers need to focus on. Number one is speed, still, to attract sports photographers. Also viewfinder blackout, we need to innovate there. Maybe one more processor and sensor generation should be enough to make mirrorless beat DSLRs in every respect.”
As you all know Fuji uses Sony sensors. That means they are confident Sony’s next generation sensor with improved on phase detection will be good enough to beat DSLR cameras in the “sports photography” segment.