Interchangeable Lens Cameras

Which DSLR or mirrorless camera is best for you?

Whether you’re looking for your first camera or simply upgrading your kit, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a wide range to choose from, from mirrorless cameras to specialist full-frame DSLR cameras. And we’ve got all the heavy-hitting brands, too – including Canon, Panasonic, Sony, and Kodak cameras.

Why mirrorless cameras are so great

A mirrorless camera is just a camera without any mirrors – it’s in the name. But the first thing you’ll notice about a mirrorless camera is that they’re lightweight and more compact than other cameras. Which makes them the ideal travel buddy.

Flicking between shutter speeds? Changing the aperture? Simply composing a shot? Perhaps the biggest advantage to mirrorless cameras is that you can see how these changes affect your shot in real-time. Other benefits include silent shooting, improved auto-focus, and faster burst speeds.

DSLR cameras: the features

Remember those old film cameras you see in TV shows and movies? Well, a DSLR camera is just a digital version of that, but much more advanced. They come fitted with a system of mirrors and prisms to reflect light – resulting in the perfect shot every time.

The pros of a digital SLR:

· The option of full manual controls or auto, it’s completely up to you

· The biggest choices of lenses available

· Large sensors to capture more light (and therefore more detail)

· From entry-level to pro, there’s something for everyone, and for every budget.

The benefits of interchangeable lens cameras A DSLR or mirrorless camera can work alongside many different camera lenses. Think fisheye, coloured, and photochromic lenses. This means you can easily switch between wide-angle landscape shots, sharp telephoto snaps and the intricate details of a macro lens.

Tip: Double check which mount system your camera uses before buying a lens. You’ll find the answer in your manual, or search online.