Hi,Suprisingly few benefits and a lot of take-aways.
I do photography for a hobby and am not too updated on the technical aspects of the latest lineup of cameras these days.
I'm just wondering as to what exactly are the benefits of a mirrorless FF? The only benefit to my mind is a shaving off of approximately 600-800 grams from the bodyweight. And yes, maybe with a dedicated lens lineup, a bit more.
Cheers ... J.R.
Weight- no major reduction, the lenses are as big and heavy as ever, a FF requires big lenses.
EVF - most of us hate them, but they are getting better.
Autofocus - slow and slower. Tracking - forget it.
The main benefit is the elimination of the moving mirror, but it comes with a loss of capabilities.
Agree, I would add it is not as durable as dslr
I wonder ... have you guys ever hand-on or shoot with RX1 before?
I have... IQ was great but the AF performance left a lot to be desired.
Lens on the RX1 is light enough but I come to interchangeable lenses, esp zoom, they will be heavy.