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Date: 24/12/2014 | By: Heather

Poll: Which is your favourite mirrorless of 2014? (Plus, a holiday greeting from MirrorLessons!)

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Poll: Which is your favourite mirrorless of 2014? (Plus, a holiday greeting from MirrorLessons!)

Recently Mathieu and I have been working hard on piecing together a list of what we feel are the best mirrorless cameras, lenses and accessories of 2014. However, we fully realise that our opinions aren’t the only ones that count, and as such, we’d like to include your opinions on the list as well.

Below you will find a poll featuring the various mirrorless cameras released in 2014. (Can you believe that there are over 25?) Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to pick your favourite release of the year!

Mathieu and I would also like to take the opportunity to wish a very happy and relaxing holiday season! Over the next few days, we will be celebrating Christmas in France with our relatives so it is unlikely we will be posting very much until the New Year. We will however still be reachable on our various social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


The poll ends at 12 p.m. (CET) on December 31st 2014.

This poll is closed! Poll activity:
start_date 2014-12-24 12:07:17
end_date 2014-12-31 12:00:00
Poll Results:
Which is your favourite 2014 mirrorless camera release?

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Heather Broster was born in Canada, has lived in Japan and Italy but currently calls Wales home. She is a full-time gear tester at MirrorLessons. You can follow her on Google+, Twitter or Facebook!

  • colin Shaw

    First was my XPRO1, followed closely (two weeks later) by the XT1. They both fit a schwack of sweet functions. The X lenses are pure genius. The four excellent lenses I chose – 18, 18-55, 35, 55-200 – have me off to a flying start, but I can’t wait to get my mitts on a 23, 56, and the newly released 50-140. A bit of over kill admittedly but I’m worth it. This system is already embedded in my psyche and greets my hands and eyes like an old dear friend. Turn me loose!

  • Alexander Russy

    Hard decision. I chose the Sony RX100 because of the EVF and the now 24mm equivalent on the wide end and the only moderat 2.8 on the long end.
    I have it always with me, the IQ is stunning for such a small cam.
    I also use the X100s and X-E2 a lot and like them very much.

  • Sean T

    Sony a6000 for me. It keeps punching above its weight (price) class in comparisons and it’s smaller than its direct rivals too.

  • Heather Broster

    Because the X-E2 came out in 2013! 😉

  • whensly

    Wondering why no Fuji X-E2? Love that cam! Quietly one of the best little cams and I’ve had almost all of em’

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