Not sure about switching over your DSLR camera to mirrorless?
What are that actual pros and cons to owning a mirrorless camera?
I have been shooting Nikon for almost 10 years, starting out with the D3100, transiting to the D7100 and then the D610 to a D750 until I decided to shoot more video. So looking for more video capable gear was preferable. After doing A LOT of research on switching all my DSLR gear to get better in-camera stabilization through the newest technology advances in mirrorless cameras. I was NOT disappointed. I LOVE my Nikon z6’s (I SOLD all four of my DSLR’s because I loved them so much!)
My biggest apprehensions about getting into mirrorless was the lack of gear AND the lack of ruggedness.
I was SO afraid of gear that was not going to hold up the long hours of weddings. I had heard that their battery life wasn’t going to last.
I was pleasantly surprised- I was able to do a few hours of continued video and photo without having to change.
I wish that Nikon had more lens choices at the time of purchase, so I had to buy the lens adapters that whirr and chug with video. I got around that with external audio microphones. Now, they have more choices and silent motor options.
I had too much invested in NIKON to switch entirely I over to SONY- since I use all three of my cameras and 6 lenses when I shoot weddings.
But overall, the speed, the ability to go SILENT during ceremonies, the in-canera video stabilization and the image sharpness was SO worth switching.
If you are getting into VIDEO, then mirrorless is the way to go!
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Christal Marshall is the owner of Virginia Photos and Films, www.virginiaphotosandfilms.com. Virginia Marketing and Media www.virginiamarketingandmedia.com and Virginia Beach Photobooth Company www.virginiabeachphotoboothcompany.com She lives, breathes and does media and marketing pretty much 24-7 for over 14 local business through social media management, website design, photo, video or media coverage or graphic design. She lives, breathes and does media and marketing pretty much 24-7 for over 14 local business through social media management, website design, photo, video or media coverage or graphic design. She is a homeschool mom of three, cat lover, sushi eater and poke fan! She started her business in 2011 with nothing but a $400 camera from Amazon, now she is has been published in over 60 different blogs and websites for her media work and rank top Wedding Photographers in Virginia