Mirrorless & DSLR Weight Comparison

Started Jul 9, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Glen Barrington
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Re: I don't care . . .
In reply to Just another Canon shooter, Jul 9, 2014

Just another Canon shooter wrote:

Glen Barrington wrote:

wombat661 wrote:

My DSLR is little heavy at close to a lb. However, going mirrorless is not going to save much weight at all. Just get a D5300 instead and use the same lens. Mirrorless camera might be thinner making it hard to grip, but weight is about the same just looking at the numbers.

Am I missing something or is something more to the weights comparison.

I don't care what you use or why. I enjoyed using my DSLR, and I enjoy using my E-M10. For me, there is a noticeable difference in size and weight, but that isn't why I bought it. I like 4/3 systems overall.

You just go ahead and use whatever you want, I don't give a rip.

I do not think that the OP deserved that.

Why continue an endless, useless argument that will change no one's mind?  Neither camera format is likely to go away.  Just buy what you want and prove your point with some photos.  I don't give a rip what you use either

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