Headline - DSLRs have imprecise focusing due to their mirrors

Started Apr 5, 2014 | Discussions thread
crashpc Veteran Member • Posts: 6,709
Re: I am a narcissist, I like mirrors.
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I see it otherwise. While I believe mirrorless will win one day, there are still great advantages of mirrored cams.
Anyway...

Power to Old Scales and Midwest  for bug climbing a rope and Holding breath of pro photogs changing to mirrorless.

What I see is total insecurity and incomprehention of mirrorless users, that many use their gear based on ones liking and concrete parameters and features.

I will Ask mirrorless cam users, if they can Focus 6-8 times in a second? If they manage to focus on moving/running dogs eye precisely, if they can track the dog running to them, if all this is possible with $450 mirrorless cam and still hold the resolution and noise performance on at least the same, but propably better level than DSLR so I can finally change my system. I´d like to find I´m stupid and I didn´t see that product before, so there will be another ramp-up in technical quality of my photos. Please, help me with that...

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Why does he do it?

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