My move to Mirrorless

A quick chat about my move to Sony. I have always been a Nikon fan, but the temptation of so many features and so much quality in such a tiny package was too great. My first Mirrorless was a Nikon V1, which I really like, but I don't like the limited lens choice, using an adaptor is not much help as the 2.7x lens factor makes using other lenses impractical, and the proprietary shoe is ridiculous!

I don't think I would give up my DSLRs yet, I wouldn't like to be using an f/2.8 zoom with a small mirrorless body, but I can see myself using 2 small bodies with primes.

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