Before talking about that, let's first get to know about what is a DSLR camera..
A DSLR camera (Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera) is the one which is used to take high quality photographs by allowing the ambient light within it. A DSLR consists of a sensor which produces the image based on the details (light from the object) that falls on it. The sensor size plays a major role in determining the quality of the picture than the pixel count does. All the DSLRs comprise a movable mirror which directs the light falling on it to the sensor.
NOTE :- IN DSLRS THE LIGHT FALLS ONLY ON THE MIRROR AND NOT ON THE SENSOR DIRECTLY.
The DSLRs ruled the entire camera market for the past two decades. Will it be the same in the future??
Actually, speaking the answer is no..!
Though the costs of DSLRs have reduced to a great extent (when compared to the previous decades) they MAY NOT survive in the near future. The pivotal reason behind this is the emanation of the MIRRORLESS INTERCHANGEABLE LENS CAMERA (MILC). As the name suggests these cameras does not have a mirror at all..! In this case the light directly falls on the sensor itself. Mirrorless cameras overtook DSLRs in the following field. They are,
Nowadays mirrorless cameras utilize PDAF (Phase Detection Auto Focus) which results in accurate and fast focusing of the image than the DSLRs..!
It's a fact that there are no sufficient lenses available for MILC, in order to overcome this mirror less cameras are equipped with ADAPTERS which enables them to use nearly all of the DSLR lense's
Mirrorless cameras overtook DLSRS in almost all the major aspects. So the companies producing DSLRS should be more conscious in their making and try to IMPROVISE them a lot, so that they won't be eradicated in the market.
WILL IT HAPPEN? Or DSLRS become EXTINCT???