Mirrorless vs dSLR Camera Which Should You Pick?

Lisa Gade explains the differences between mirrorless digital cameras and dSLRs. We use a variety of cameras and sensor sizes for this tutorial, including the Canon EOS Rebel, Sony a7, Fujifilm X-T10, Panasonic Lumix LX100 and Sony RX100 IV. What’s the difference in price, weight, size, image quality, video recording, lenses and technology? Watch our video to find out.
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Most new DSLR camera owners use very little of the potential of their cameras. (DSLR = Digital Single Lens Reflex). The thought of moving off AUTO can be daunting. To really get creative control over your photos you need to grasp some basic photography principles – it’s not ‘rocket science’ – but it is essential. This course is to fill that gap in knowledge so you can get into the more creative modes of your camera and start taking better photos. Over 4 Hours Training.

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CHAPTER 1: Getting Started gives you an orientation of the course and introduces The Photo Triangle – which is the foundation that most of the concepts in this course rest on.

If you are totally new to DSLR cameras you can watch CHAPTER 2: DSLR Overview where I give you a quick tour of What a DSLR camera is, it’s benefits and essential items in your DSLR kit.

The major portion of this course talks about the 3 Main points to a great photo – The Photo Triangle:

FRAME – compositon and perspective
LIGHT – Tonal values and color
FOCUS – what’s in Focus
You can Download the Printable PDF version of the Photo Triangle in Chapter 1 to have on hand during the course.

Having a solid foundation is key to understanding how the settings interact to create a great photo. In this course I cover Composition, the 3 important settings affecting Exposure: ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed, White Balance, Focus and Depth of Field, Flash basics and Diffusers.

These are some of what you will Discover:

What Essential Items you need in your DSLR Kit
The Photo Triangle — my secret weapon to explaining the Basics
To Compose better Photos using the same Principles DaVinci, Botticelli, Van Gogh and many more used
How to use Auto Focus Points to create better Composition
What Crop Factor has to do with Framing your Subject
The importance of Lens Choice and Focal Length
Exposure and ISO and why it matters
How to get off AUTO
A powerful Tool – in your camera — that ensures perfect Exposure
How Aperture effects your photos
Creative use of Shutter Speed
2 causes of Motion Blur … how to ‘use them’ or ‘lose them’
Pan Method of enhancing Speed in your Photos
Introduction to Exposure Compensation and Bracketing
Why we need White Balance
What is Light Temperature … why it’s useful
Using White Balance Shift
How to set Custom White Balance
My Best Method for using Autofocus Points
Hybrid Auto/Manual Focus Method
What is Depth of Field
3 Main Effects on Depth of Field
How to Isolate your Subject
3 Main situations to use Flash … it’s not just for Night Shots
The best Tool for better Flash Photos
I am confident that you will be much more comfortable using your DSLR camera and will be taking better photos by the end of this course.
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  1. Reply
    ANAK WATAN June 24, 2016 at 11:21 am

    black dot easily spotted (dust) with mirrorless camera sensor because sensor directly exposed especially when changing lens……..

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    Das Wombat June 24, 2016 at 11:57 am

    4:45 cant get the lens back on ,,,,,,,still cant get the lens back on ,,,,,,still trying and CUT 5:00 — edit that out hopefully no one will notice hahahhaha

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    Daniel O'Herrick June 24, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    Great, as usual, video. One more thing to consider for some shooters–battery life. Typical DSLR 2X-3Xmore than  typical mirrorless.

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    Sad Teddie June 24, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    You are dazzlingly intelligent. I learned a lot.

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    Robert Komarek June 24, 2016 at 2:22 pm

    Great informative video…thanks for posting it.
    One thing not mentioned is that if you want to shoot wide angle (landscape) photography, you will be disappointed with the smaller sensors. You may purchase a 16mm wide angle lens, but if it is attached to a 2X sensor, it becomes effectively a 32mm lens when compared to the same lens on a full frame camera. So that's a negative.
    On the positive…. you will gain if you wish to concentrate on macro photography. You gain the greater depth of field.
    One last point, only because it keeps coming up in discussions. 4k video in mirrorless…yes it's nice to have. If you want to shoot primarily video, the best option is still a dedicated video camcorder. You will get a better picture and sound at half the price. You can still grab a picture as well from the video and good ones allow in camera editing.

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    uChewyTube June 24, 2016 at 3:20 pm

    I'm currently on the market looking for a new camera for my channel and was hoping you would have done a review on the Canon EOS M3. I am trying to decide between that and the Sony Rx 100 iv or the Sony A5100, please please help?

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    MostlyClaudy June 24, 2016 at 3:28 pm

    Thanks for the video. Great presentation. I moved last year from FourThirds to the FUJI X system and I’m happy with it. For home based work I wouldn’t have a problem with a DSLR but for travel it’s a no go. Too big and bulky.

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    PortCanaveralFlorida June 24, 2016 at 4:08 pm

    We'll all I can say is I sold my Sony A7ll after 6 months of use with it.  Low light was a pain for me focusing, over and over.  I bought the Nikon D750 and I'm more than happy with selling the Sony….why, because the Nikon just worked for what I needed it to do.  Also, I have Wifi, and a flip out screen which I love, and lightning fast low light focus…. It was a good move for me…my 2 cents.

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    jose Calderon June 24, 2016 at 4:21 pm

    I chose a cannon SL1 DSLR Because I can get a nice used macro lens for it that will not cost me an arm and a leg. The lenses for the Sony mirrorless cameras are astronomical in price!

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    FOTOGENTIX June 24, 2016 at 4:32 pm

    I love my Sony mirrorless camera, I am able to use all my old slr lens in my collection.

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    Amr Badran June 24, 2016 at 4:33 pm

    Hello Tech Review Team,

    I do sincerely thank you for all your valuable videos and I wish you all the best.

    I am an amateur photographer and I want to turn pro. I'm basically interested in still imagery, namely Architecture, Decoration, Products and Macro.

    I'm using T5i but I want to upgrade to pro level and I'm considering moving to Sony Mirrorless full frame.

    Is moving to Sony Mirrorless a good decision? Or investing in 5D MIII and EF lenses, or moving to Nikon D800 something?

    What would you recommend?

    Thanks again for all your tips and for your advice in advance.


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    Mike S June 24, 2016 at 5:12 pm

    DSLRs are too bulky and heavy. Full Frame mirrorless with EVF is the future. People just need to adjust to seeing a smaller Full Frame camera.

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    MSM_15 June 24, 2016 at 5:50 pm

    hello, I need a camera that can shoot high quality pictures in the dark, what should I get?

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    Giutubo Spatubo June 24, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    Both Canon and Nikon are falling behind. DSLRs will be replaced by mirrorless cameras. EVF are finally getting really good quality with the advantage of being able to see exactly what your shooting, playback, aspect ratio, monochrome, etc with out taking your eye from the finder. In 5 to 7 years, most professional cameras will be mirrorless, and of course, 4k. The thing is that Canon and Nikon have all that great lenses… that's why they're resisting change. But change will come.

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    i viploi June 24, 2016 at 7:12 pm

    Nice review

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    Llama Llama June 24, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    Is the canon eos 1200D a better camera than the eos 700D? Would you buy any of these cameras or go for mirrorless?

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    gc68 June 24, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    very helpful, lisa. as always!
    just started with graphic design now, and i feel that i'll be needing to invest on buying high end camera eventually. soo… thanks! :)

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    Jen PPP June 24, 2016 at 8:22 pm

    hi lisa i am about to buy a sony a6000 would you say it is the best apc size sensor camera (mirrorless or dslr)for low light portraits. or do you have any suggestions for a low light portrait

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    Sam L June 24, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    I do own both of them (a Canon rebel and a Fuji xm). I'd like to add 2 points to your review that might be decisive: battery life and grip comfort. Battery life is around 500 to 900 shots for DSLR (depending on the model) while mirrorless may struggle to reach up to 500. As for comfort, smaller bodies may result in crampier hands position, even for averaged-sized people. Plus, DSLR's larger and heavier bodies (+ better grip) means they're more stable when taking a shot, especially with heavier lenses or non-stabilized lenses (primes 50mm for example). I think, just for comfort reasons, I'd stick to the DSLR format.

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    NeoDerGrose June 24, 2016 at 9:44 pm

    So in terms of technical reasons it's just the viewfinder lag that's on the pro side for a dSLR? Everything else you mentioned could be changed easily by the manufaturers. For example, if you realy need a biger, heavier camera, why not throwing something usefull in like extanded battery?

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    Khaushi Udeen June 24, 2016 at 10:21 pm


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    Captain Lord June 24, 2016 at 11:20 pm

    It's a fucking auto biography instead of a "tutorial"

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    Shoriful Islam Shohan June 24, 2016 at 11:58 pm


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    Steve C June 25, 2016 at 12:56 am

    Thanx for that
    I got a Nikon j5, but only seems to take photos at 2.5 mp
    Should be 20

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    Steve C June 25, 2016 at 1:29 am

    Great video, tell me have you moved over to a 4K camera?
    I love taking photos on my iPhone but want a good camera, I want to snap wildlife and landscapes, watched reviews of the Nikon p900, amazing zoom lens,
    What are your thoughts on that one or would you recommend s different camera for my needs?

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    Rickysingh Dudani June 25, 2016 at 1:46 am

    I was jst going click on next video option then video get started. intro is too lengthy.

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    Lysa Ali June 25, 2016 at 2:28 am

    for a photographer the camera quality is poor

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    SAJEER S.............. June 25, 2016 at 3:05 am

    too many repetation for a single subject. thus leads to good video to boaring video.

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    Idle Wild June 25, 2016 at 3:14 am

    you lost me with that 1 Minute 20 Second intro.

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    meow Ang June 25, 2016 at 3:23 am
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    Mick Gonzalez June 25, 2016 at 4:16 am

    Can the intro be any longer ?

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    Graham Rabon June 25, 2016 at 4:33 am

    Good grief that was a ridiculously long intro…

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    samaria975 June 25, 2016 at 5:33 am

    Just watching this video..i know I could learn with your course..you are very informative n gifted in what u do…I'm having a camera crisis…I don't want to spend tons of money on a camera n not get great quality photos..did that before.. So I'm stuck between a Nikon d3200 or a canon e0s rebel t3..I was told the canons give a lot of problems and are expensive to fix ..what do u recommend… U would love to take your course but I have to find a good camera first

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    Tecnovlog June 25, 2016 at 6:04 am

    Your intro is way too long

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    Geoffrey Thiry-Baetens June 25, 2016 at 6:54 am

    'you don't want to disappoint a bride' made me chuckle…

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    Stephen Gatley June 25, 2016 at 7:44 am


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    nilambor tepantor June 25, 2016 at 8:15 am
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    Jackson Coulter June 25, 2016 at 9:13 am

    what lens is that ??

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