A couple of years ago I made the decision to upgrade my camera system from a crop sensor to a full frame. I have been happy with my decision. However, now it seems that more and more articles I have been reading seem to center on the fabulous attributes of upgrading to a mirrorless camera. So what should I consider before making yet another change? Well, both allow you to swap out lenses and accessories, which makes them more versatile than point-and-shoot, bridge or instant cameras. In terms of differences, mirrorless cameras tend to be smaller and lighter, because they don't have the cumbersome mirror inside, while DSLRs typically have more lenses from which to choose. When considering the camera pricing, in general DSLRs and mirrorless cameras are roughly the same, with high end professional packages costing upwards of $2000. Since I already have quite a nice collection of lenses for my Nikon D850, I would have to factor the cost of new lenses into my budget and lenses can be expensive. If you are new to the market, it's worth noting that you might find the best deals on DSLR cameras that are a couple of years old. They might be worth considering. DSLRs and mirrorless cameras differ in their construction and design, but not in their sensors, image quality, technologies and many of their features. The differences are partly physical--the way these two camera designs look, handle and work ---and partly technical in terms of 4K or 6K or even 8K video capture and autofocus systems. The most important factor that should not be forgotten is personal preference. Ultimately, the choice between mirrorless and DSLR will come down to which one you like using more. For me, since I like the optical viewfinder, the lenses that I have and the decent battery life of my DSLR, I might decide to stick with my DSLR. Perhaps I will rent a Mirrorless and chat with some of my photographer friends before making my final decision. If you are interested in learning more about the pros and cons of each type of camera, Simon Ringsmuth from Digital Photography School has written an excellent comparative article.
To read it click the following link : digital-photography-school.com/dslr-versus-mirrorless-which-is-right-for-you/
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