DSLR or Mirrorless Cameras Which is Right for You?

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Have you considered switching to a mirrorless camera system from your DSLR? Or are you upgrading fro a point and shoot and want to know which system is the right choice for you? This video from Phil Steele may help you understand the differences and make a decision that’s sound.

If you found that helpful you can learn more from Phil over on his website Steele Training.

Soe Lin

By Soe Lin

You can also see more info on mirrorless cameras and the differences between them and SLRs in these dPS articles:

You can also vote and see the results of our poll on mirrorless cameras here.

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    Almost five years ago–as a Canon user for many years–I bought a Sony A6000 after seeing the Sony equipment at their CES booth. I’m now on my fourth Sony mirrorless, an A7R III.

    About three years ago I sold off all my Canon gear–I had been sort of using both systems, plus an adapter for lenses–and have never looked back. I absolutely love my A7R III. Like everything else, once you start buying lenses–I now have four–you are kind of committed to a brand.

    I think potentially there may be a long-term advantage in the larger Z-mount that Nikon is using on their mirrorless versus the E-mount of Sony. But I don’t know enough about optics to say for sure. In the future, if both try to go to medium format sensors, the differences may become more apparent.

    DSLR users switching to mirrorless will soon like the advantages that things like the EVF, eye autofocus, etc can make to your photography.

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