Says it all really. It is only a camera when it says Canon on the front.
At the weekend we had a day out at Stratford-Upon-Avon where there are many visitors at this time of year. Always a fun spot for an informal camera census
I was amazed at the number of dslrs. Admittedly, they are easier to see as they are not pocketable. I stopped counting at 40. Two Nikons, one Sony (an A58!), and the rest Canons. This included Pros by which I mean togs with two Dx bodies around their necks and White lenses, or a video production crew with them! There were a smattering of CSCs with Olympus winning that and a few Nex, with one Samsung. The thing that surprised me most was that I didn't see a single compact, but lots of camera phones in use, two tablets, and a net book (
So my unscientific analysis is that we are in a photographic renaissance. Every one is now a photographer, or at least carries a video and stills camera. Those that take this more seriously are buying dslrs, the (consumer) compact is dead, and Canon has Stratford sewn up
Nex 5, Nex 6 (IR), A7M2, A99 and a bunch of lenses.