Mirrorlessons.com July and August reviews

Many of our readers that enjoy keeping up-to-date on reviews and comparisons mirror-less cameras and lenses. Below you will find some links to Mirrorlessons.com July and August reviews and comparisons.

Heather and Mathieu, the good folks at Mirrorlessons.com, have a great site for folks interested in a wide range of information pertaining to mirror-less cameras and lenses. Their site is definitely worth a visit.


Samyang / Rokinon 50mm f/1.2 CS review (Fuji X, Sony E, Canon M, Micro Four Thirds)

Sony RX1r II Review – The best IQ in the smallest package: what’s not to like?

Sony 85mm f/1.4 GM Review

Samyang / Rokinon 21mm f/1.4 review (Fuji X, Sony E, Canon M, Micro Four Thirds)

Panasonic Lumix 12-60mm f/3.5-5.6 Review

Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 review (Sony E-mount)

Panasonic Leica 12mm f/1.4 Review


Zeiss Batis 18mm vs Loxia 21mm – The complete comparison

Panasonic GX80 / GX85 vs G7 – The complete comparison

Panasonic GX85 / GX80 vs. Olympus Pen F – The complete comparison

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2 thoughts on “Mirrorlessons.com July and August reviews”

  1. Hi Tom; Great to see a section dedicated to the mirrorless cameras. I just traded in my Nikon DSLR equipment and bought the new Sony a7ii with the 28-70mm lens. Of course I kept my four Nikon 1 cameras, the J1 & J4, the V2 & AW1. Any of these 1 cameras are very easy to use, and all produce excellent image qualities. As for the Sony, I see there are more and more offerings from different companies for this format and I’m looking forward to reading up on what is available and of course adding a couple of more lenses to complete the system. As always I enjoy reading your articles, and it just proves that at age 62 there is still a lot to learn in the digital camera world. As long as you keep writing, I’ll keep reading.
    Thanks Wolfgang

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