In the last couple of years, affordable mirrorless cameras have well and truly demolished even the most expensive of DSLRs in terms of burst-shooting performance. Leveraging their lack of a cumbersome mirror-flipping mechanism and the advent of on-chip phase detection, mirrorless cameras can now shoot far faster than any DSLR, and for far less money.
What's a DSLR maker to do? Well, if you're Canon you look at ways that you can resolve that imbalance in the DSLR's favor. The company has filed a patent application in Japan…
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