Earlier last month we looked at how a DSLR differs from a Mirrorless camera, and while this was a great source of information for those who do not know the difference, what about those that do? It is for this reason why we thought we would take a look at a few Mirrorless cameras, just to see what are the best on the market this year.
Choosing the best Mirrorless camera for 2013 is a little difficult, but we have a couple of ideas of our own. We will also point you in the direction of a couple of articles for what is fast becoming a popular choice in the camera market.
Back in September we had a look at the new Fujifilm X-A1, such as what features we could expect to see, along with the price, which for $600 seems rather reasonable. However, if you can stretch your budget a little more, then the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 might be the better option.
PC Mag has taken a look at 10 of the best Mirrorless cameras, which as you already know gives you the speed and the image quality, but not the DSLR bulk. On their list they have included models such as Olympus PEN Lite E-PL5, which is the cheapest of the bunch, to the most expensive, the Leica M (Typ 240).
Tom’s Guide has the better comparison because they break these Mirrorless 2013 cameras by user type. These include best Mirrorless camera for Beginners, Mid-range, High-end, Video Camera, and Canon lens owners. It does not matter if you are a novice or professional, there is a camera in their comparison breakdown for you.
Most major camera manufacturers have at least one entry in this category, and we have already seen this year how some of the bigger players are increasing their portfolio, but are you prepared to make the switch?