NEW Mirrorless camera technology!
This post is quite sad for me.. I've shot with SLR/DSLR cameras since I started taking photographs. OK, I had a rangefinder en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yashica_Electro_35Yashica Electro-35 before my first SLR. SLR/DSLR cameras were THE camera for most professionals! They were the standard in film, and then stayed the camera of choice through the change to digital imaging. To see them go is just another milestone in camera advancement. But, it hurts to let go of something you have used most of your life. That being said, I'm sure my next camera will be mirrorless! Let find out why.
Mirrorless cameras have taken the photography world by storm in recent years, offering a compact and lightweight alternative to traditional DSLR cameras. So, what exactly is a mirrorless camera? Simply put, a mirrorless camera is a digital camera that does not have a mirror or optical viewfinder. Instead, these cameras rely on an electronic viewfinder or rear LCD screen to preview the image.
One of the biggest advantages of mirrorless cameras is their size and weight. Because they don't have a bulky mirror system, mirrorless cameras are typically smaller and lighter than DSLRs, making them more portable and easier to carry around.
Another key advantage of mirrorless cameras is their fast and accurate autofocus system. Thanks to their advanced sensor technology, mirrorless cameras can quickly and accurately focus on your subject, even in low-light conditions.
In addition, mirrorless cameras are often more customizable than DSLRs, allowing you to quickly adjust settings such as exposure, ISO, and white balance. Some even allow you to control the camera using a smartphone app, giving you even more flexibility and control.
When it comes to image quality, mirrorless cameras are on par with DSLRs. They offer high resolution sensors, fast image processing, and excellent image quality, even in low light conditions.
So, if you're in the market for a new camera, consider a mirrorless camera. With their compact size, fast autofocus, and excellent image quality, they're a great choice for photographers of all levels.
I don't need to look in the mirror any more. I'm going mirrorless for my next camera!