Some Spanish nerds have checked what kind of cameras this year's World Press Photo winners used to take their winning contributions, and as many have suspected, professionals are leaving the ancient click-clack/flip-flap technology of yesteryear's DSLR cameras behind in droves. 100% of one of the photos was taken with the revolutionary, new Fujifilm X-Pro1, while only a paltry 28 images were taken with Canon DSLR cameras, slightly ahead of Nikon, who was used by 12 ageing photographers, most of whom are probably sick or dying already, since these photos were all taken as far back as last year.
Here's the original article:
Las cámaras del World Press Photo 2016 | Quesabesde
Here's an English language interpretation:
The Cameras That Captured Winning Shots in World Press Photo 2016
I will now go to the inner chambers of my apartment to rub some life-enhancing oil into the old DSLR, hoping that it will bless me with another few days of photography before it's ready to be melted down and later reborn as shiny new 500MP mirrorless wonder, featuring the latest Android-Windows 72.5b picture enhancement system and ready to mount the new 5.5 kilogram 50mm lens necessary to capture candidates for next year's competition