I am just curious. Florence is a city filled with people taking pictures (or at least carrying cameras). In the US I am used to seeing primarily Canon DSLR's with a good showing of Nikon and once in a great while a mirror less offering. Here it seems far different - cell phones are number one, closely followed by Nikon. then Canon and a larger number of mirror less than in the US. The striking thing is that Nikon seems to be by far the predominate DLSR brand with what appears to be around 80% of the market. Is this common in Europe today? Is it only the US that seems primarily a Canon world?