Full Frame Mirrorless vs APS-C DSLR

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ToxicTabasco Senior Member • Posts: 2,276
Re: It all depends

Mike_1972 wrote:

In terms of image quality and performance, which is better for stills? I'm sure it depends on which cameras and lenses are chosen and what is meant by better, but can 1 say since the mirrorless would have a bigger sensor, image quality is likely better?

I'm thinking of cameras around a pound in weight and under $1000 used. Maybe the Canon EOS RP?

Thanks for any feedback.

Depends on the shooting conditions, and what you need.  Any of the newest FF, DSLR, APSC, or MFT will go great photos.  And large prints.  It all depends on your skills and techniques.  Some need more others need less to get great results.

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