The first question is obviously, do you have the spare cash. A $1,000 camera with a tiny f/2.8 lens is no different from a $3,000 DSLR and you have to wait much longer to get a comparable piece of technology. Mirrorless and DSLRs each offer a very high price tag so you have to make a choice. DSLR owners have made the choice in the past few years to do with an APS-C sensor. The APS-C cameras also have greater pixel count than most DSLRs with more built-in features. There are few lenses available to APS-C systems that a mirrorless shooter really wants.
On the other hand a DSLR that offers a large number of features and is a bit more refined could really do you good. Nikon’s FX format cameras have a very high price point. The full-frame Nikkor lenses don’t come cheap either. But at the same time a lot of people still love the look of a full-frame DSLRs.
The reason why mirrorless camera manufacturers focus on the megapixel count is that it’s very useful if you need to produce a high quality image for some reason and need a lot of processing power. You don’t always want to shoot full HD video, but if you want to produce some great shots that are just a notch sharper than with a full-frame camera, having a mirrorless camera that can make that happen will help get you there.
Can a mirrorless camera shoot video?
I have to wonder about that. The Sony RX10 has a much smaller sensor than DSLRs so I would think it would be very hard for it to handle video. It seems like Sony would be giving up a lot by trying to design a video camera on a mirrorless platform.
If it had a faster, or a better, APS-C sensor I would think it would be well suited for video. While a Sony RX10 can’t record anything more than 1080 HD, it can stream a lot of other video formats (such as 4K Ultra HD), so maybe it will be better suited for video instead.
Can a DSLR shoot HD?
Yes, you can shoot a full-frame camera HD. That would be more than enough for most people, and in one sense of the word, it’s not a good thing. It is still a Full Frame DSLR and has a little bit of extra resolution compared to a mirror
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