Mirrorlessons.com July 2017 Update

Our friends Heather and Mathieu at Mirrorlessons.com have provided an update that summarizes various reviews, comparisons and other articles they have written the last while. Readers who are interested in mirrorless cameras may enjoy checking out the various links that follow.

Equipment Reviews:
Panasonic GH5 Complete Review
Panasonic Leica 8-18mm f/2.8-4.0 Review
Sony a6500 Complete Review

Gear Comparisons:
Fujifilm X100T vs X100F – The complete comparison
Fujifilm X-T1 vs. X-T20 – Five key aspects analysed
Sony FE 50mm f/1.8 vs. FE 55mm f/1.8 – The complete comparison
Fujifilm X-T2 vs X-T20 – The complete comparison

Visiting Puffins on Skomer Island with the Panasonic GH5 and GX80
The Best Fujifilm X-T20 Accessories Compared

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5 thoughts on “Mirrorlessons.com July 2017 Update”

  1. Hi Tom
    Thank you for the links. But as recently discussed, I am waiting for the Nikon-surprise! Maybe an FF-mirrorless? 🙂
    Take care, Robert

    1. Hi Robert,
      Time will tell whether your wishes are granted by Nikon! As noted in my most recent CIPA statistics update article, as DSLRs continue to erode slowly, and the adoption of mirrorless increases, Nikon will be under more pressure to make the move to larger sensor mirrorless cameras.

      1. Yes, DSLR seem to lose momentum (or have lost it already), but for me FF DSLR is still the best. Tilt/shift, OVF, camera I am used to from my film days, lots of zooms and primes (I could open a little museum) to mention just a few reasons. As long as I can carry my rucksack in the hills, I am happy with the cameras. I have to admit though, that it is not becoming any easier with the years passing by (Beatles: Will you still feed me, will you still need me when I am 64), therefore came Nikon 1 to my household. I even shed 11 kilos recently, which makes a nice equipment… 😉 Anyway, let us wait and hope for the best possible outcome: FF-mirrorless with F-mount! 😃😃😃

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