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Mirrorless Cameras

Hey guys and gals. I am a long-time Fujifilm shooter and was wondering what people thought in general of mirrorless camera systems. What mirrorless system do you shoot with and what made you choose to go with that system? Thanks and have a nice day. G

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I haven't done this move yet.

Why? My Canon t6i hasn't packed it in. Also, my phone is taking great shots too.

But the main reason to move to mirrorless is to get rid of the DSLR click clunk as the mirror swings in and out in the camera.

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I also wanted to buy a mirrorless camera but undecided about which brand to buy since there is a lot in the market right now. But I am considering Fujifilm though. Any advice?

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I have shot with the Fujifilm X-T1, X-T2 and now have the Fujifilm X-T3. It is fast and I love the images it creates. I don't shoot video but it has good video features. I have used a lot of Fujifilm lenses but have settled on two smaller lenses that are 23mm and 50mm. I like the retro look of the X-T models and also having access to all control dials on the top of the camera makes me appreciate photography more than I did with my Canons.

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I have used four of the Canon mirrorless systems and absolutely love them - the EOS R, EOS RP, M6 Mark II and the M50 (descending from most advanced to beginner-level)

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Canon Mirrorless

I have never really investigated Canon much especially in mirrorless. I moved from Canon DSLR to Fujifilm years ago as I was getting a back neck and back from carrying all that glass!

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