Mirrorless Cameras have had a massive impact on the market of cameras right from the moment they got introduced into the mix. The world of DSLR Cameras wasn’t necessarily crumbling down to the point of no existence. Then came the new variant, Mirrorless Full Frame Cameras.
There are different types of cameras, as we all know. These camera types are usually differentiated on the basis of their structure and build, specifically. The camera types that are usually purchased are as follows:
- Digital Point and Shoot Cameras
- Bridge Cameras
- DSLR Cameras
- Mirrorless Cameras
The naming of Mirrorless Cameras is simply because there is no mirror box within the camera body. This doesn’t mean that the Digital SLR cameras can be called as mirrored cameras. It is simply because the latter was invented way before the former.
Getting rid of these mirror boxes from the camera body meant that the light that entered the body was always hitting the shutter, no matter what. Also, the absence of these mirrors meant that there is no real provision to have some sort of optical viewfinder.
Instead, an electronic viewfinder is fitted on to the Mirrorless Camera variants. The presence of an electronic viewfinder has a mixed bag of results. There is a potential for input lag while clicking an image and the settings applied. This will be troublesome while going for images with slower shutter speed.
On the contrary, an electronic viewfinder will show you exactly how your image is going to look like. The application of all the settings and bases will be covered comprehensively. Hence, one needs to understand their preferences and go accordingly.
The Best Canon Mirrorless Full Frame Cameras
The situation for Canon Mirrorless Full Frame Cameras is certainly positive right now. With a couple of new variants out for sale, the competition within the scene is pretty interesting. There are many brands that specialize in Mirrorless Full Frame Cameras such as:
- Leica etc.
Now, right from the start, any brand isn’t going to be the kings straightaway. After understanding the concerns of their audience base and meticulously working on their requirements, they can prepare themselves and produce the best cameras.
As far as this writeup is concerned, the best Canon Mirrorless Full Frame cameras right now are:
- Canon EOS R
(30.3 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS Sensor, DIGIC 8 Image Processor)
- Canon EOS RP
(26.2 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS Sensor, DIGIC 8 Image Processor)
Have you used either of these cameras? What was your experience like? Let us know in the comments section below.