Mirrorless cameras are known for their quick and handy nature, lesser noise, lesser camera shake, easier to clean, fast FPS speed. The best of the mirrorless cameras of all times cater to all the above features and more, and at S-World you can explore through the collection at unbeatable prices!
Advantages of Mirrorless Camera:
Light Weight and Small: While it may not seem like a big deal to remove the mirror and the pentaprism in a camera, but in reality, it actually frees up a lot of space. Being packed with super cool features as well as being lightweight at the same time is a huge advantage if used correctly.
No Mirror Mechanism reduces the noise and the chances of camera shake.
Easy Cleanup: Most mirrorless cameras have no opening to have the phase detaction sensor and other components, which makes it easier to keep it fully cleaned.
Faster FPS: Since in traditional DSLR cameras the speed of the cameras get limited to the mirror speed, in case of mirrorless cameras no such phenomenon occurs and that’s why the captured images are at much faster frame rates than 10-12 FPS.
What Sets it Apart?
Mirrorless cameras are actually the more technical and lesser complicated to that of DSLRs. The electronic viewfinder gives an image preview based on the camera sensor. EVFs have improved clarity over the last five years.
Mirrorless cameras are great for the 4K video at the same price as an entry-level DSLR, are also more likely to have preview screen that flips around so you could check the footage as it’s captured.
Just like AutoFocus, even the best DSLRs can’t match up to the speeds of Mirrorless cameras since these cameras add to a high-speed shooting. If you require a fast continuous shooting mode to record some coolest action shots then mirrorless cameras will do the trick with their mirrorless system that have mostly stable parts and providing 4K video recording and requires serious processing power and helps continuous shooting as well.
Canon’s top selling DSLR, EOS-1D X Mark II can shoot at 14 fps but the mirrorless Panasonic Lumix G9 can shoot at a pathbreaking speed of 20fps.
But, not everything comes easy. While choosing the correct mirrorless camera, you need to keep safe from cameras that boast of a large fps (up to 60fps) and would have to use an electronic shutter to achieve the same and the focus would be fixed from the first shot. Also be realistic in the type of burst shooting speeds that you need, be it at 60fps that would need filling up of the card quickly while spending a lot of time skimming through a huge number of images to find that ‘great’ shot.
Overall, it can be said that though DSLRs have had a legacy of cameras that have produced some extraordinary images, but the breakthrough innovation of mirrorless cameras have opened up a whole new demographic in photography.