When mirrorless cameras first started to appear on the market back in 2008 and 2009, the only models to incorporate an electronic viewfinder into the body were the Panasonic Lumix G1 and G2. There were others such as the Olympus Pen E-P2 that provided you with the option of an external electronic viewfinder but for […]
Vlogging, or video blogging, has become a popular method of reviewing products and sharing information, perhaps even more so than its printed equivalent. With the spoken word and video being so much more immediate and interactive than static mediums like text and photographs, it is little wonder that many people turn to video reviews before anything else.
In late 2013, I wrote a post about my four favourite lenses for the Fujifilm X-mount system. At the time, the list of native lenses available was still short. Now that the range has significantly grown, I decided to write this updated version of my previous article based in part on the experience I’ve gathered using Fujifilm […]
The world of digital photography is richer in camera accessories than it is in cameras themselves. For any given camera, there are at least a dozen accessories to match, many of which have been expressly designed for that specific model. Indeed, it is no surprise that some of our most popular articles here on MirrorLessons […]
The Sony a6000, as cameras go, is fairly complete in terms of its construction and design. In addition to being a very portable size, it is endowed with a lightweight yet sturdy chassis, a substantial frontal grip, and a nice textured thumb rest. Not to wax lyrical but the design is so well-conceived that it […]