What's the difference...

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Christi Dee Forum Member • Posts: 96
Re: What's the difference...
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embie wrote:

I wonder what's the difference in image quality between a picture taken with a DSLR and a mirrorless FROM THE MOMENT the mirror goes up and the photo is taken ?

eMBie

Both types of cameras can take top-notch photos, with similar resolutions and amounts of graininess, called sound. Mirrorless cameras typically had smaller-sized photo sensing units, which made use of to indicate reduced high quality (as they could not catch as much light), however, that is no more the situation. Video camera manufacturers have found out to generate extra delicate chips and to better subdue noise from little sensing units.

Moreover, some mirrorless camera manufacturers now make use of bigger photosensors. Sony and Canon, as an example, make mirrorless cameras with the very same APS-C size sensors discovered in the majority of DSLRs. With equal sensing units and photo processors, both cam kinds can take great images.

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