May 16, 2022

My Missing Answer From Monday’s Mirrorless Q&A

There was something incredibly essential I left out of Mondays Q&A post for those folks still holding out on making the jump to mirrorless (heres a link in case you missed out on that post), and I talked it about yesterday when I was the guest on Vanellis Skylum Coffee Break podcast, which I embedded listed below (you can simply listen to the audio if you desire– let it run in the background). I wanted to consist of the missing Q&A here today, and that all-important missing Q&A is:
Since I dont want to have a hard time finding out a brand-new electronic camera system, Q. I have not considered going to mirrorless. Is it hard to discover the brand-new mirrorless method of shooting?
A. If “finding out a new system” is whats holding you back, youre in luck since its not truly a “new” system– its a video camera with adjustable lenses just like youve always had; theres just no mirror now. Its a surprisingly comparable system, and I think that catches a lot of people off guard when they first make the switch. I think they were expecting a very different experience when in truth, its quite the same (specifically with todays Mirrorless electronic cameras). There isnt a huge learning curve since it works the same way as your DSLR; it even looks the exact same, with basically the exact same dials and knobs in the exact same place that all do the same things on a mirrorless that they did on your DSLR..
Now, the latest mirrorless electronic cameras do have more features offered on them than your DSLR, but many of these new functions are created to use the cam and shooting with it much easier– not more complex, and you can just overlook those new functions till youre ready to learn them. Naturally, you can simply keep shooting as you made with your DSLR, however youll be losing out on some of the most enjoyable and best things about shooting mirrorless from an usability viewpoint anyway. So, I hope once you understand that, its really practically the same thing, and youll shooting along like always, that youll take a minute to begin trying out some of those new functions since its at that point that youll genuinely fall on love with mirrorless.
I hope that helps those of you out there with those same worries. I dont believe the electronic camera companies have done an excellent task of interacting how “the exact same” these two platforms are, but perhaps if they had, it would have decreased the rush to mirrorless. Maybe thats why they made it all sound so new and intriguing when in reality, its a DSLR without a mirror.
Have a terrific weekend, and I intend to see you once again right here next week.:-RRB-.
– Scott.

Now, the latest mirrorless cams do have more features available on them than your DSLR, but many of these new features are created to make using the electronic camera and shooting with it much simpler– not more complicated, and you can simply neglect those new functions until youre prepared to learn them. Of course, you can simply keep shooting as you did with your DSLR, however youll be missing out on out on some of the most enjoyable and best things about shooting mirrorless from an usability viewpoint anyway. I hope once you recognize that, its truly quite much the same thing, and youll shooting along like constantly, that youll take a moment to begin trying out some of those brand-new functions due to the fact that its at that point that youll really fall on love with mirrorless.