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    BPN Limited Member Faizal AliMir's Avatar
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    Default DSLR vs Mirrorless

    I am very new to photography, I have an old Nikon DSLR, I am tempted with lightweight mirrorless cameras. Should I go ahead and buy Sony or I should stick to Nikon DSLR?

    I loved my DSLR, appreciate for any comments.


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    Super Moderator Daniel Cadieux's Avatar
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    Welcome to BPN Faizal!

    Right now, if you can afford it, I would go with the Sony as mirrorless is the way of the future, and with the "big names" in DSLRs now focusing most of their attention developing technologies in that area. My beloved Canon 7DII is getting long in the tooth, and I was looking at DSLR / mirrorless options of late. A couple of months ago I was still hoping for a new 7D-series DSLR release from Canon (as I do not want to switch brands right now), and was even contemplating getting a used 1DX-series, but with Canon's newly released R5 and R6 mirrorless cameras I'm all-in mirrorless as my next camera. Sony is still pretty much the leaders there, but Canon has all but caught up, and Nikon not too far behind, but all out-perform most DSLRs as far as AF goes, and all the other advantages that come with ML.

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    Good to see you joining here. As I mentioned this is a great place to learn photography.

    Donít be shy start looking and learning from images here in other forums.

    Depending on genre mirrorless might be the way. Donít get too caught up on the brand.

    There are only two things to keep in mind. First budget and second what kind of images you want to make.

    Arise! Awake! and stop not until the goal is reached.
    -- Swami Vivekananda

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