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Mirrorless cameras capture images without the use of a mirror in the camera body. This is different from DSLR cameras, which reflect images into viewfinders via mirrors.

That depends on your needs. Mirrorless cameras are lighter, more portable, and can give you better video quality even in lower-end models. They can also shoot more images at faster shutter speeds. DSLR cameras offer a wider selection of interchangeable lenses and longer battery life.

The electronic viewfinder (EVF) on a mirrorless camera shows you an exact preview of the image that you will be capturing. You can see how your settings affect the image in real time.

Mirrorless cameras are great for beginner photographers because they’re small, more affordable at the entry level, and feature auto modes that make it easy to let the camera do the thinking. When you’re ready to take more creative control, manual modes give you that capability. And it helps you learn, since the electronic viewfinder shows you exactly what effects manually changing the camera settings has on your image.

The most common sensor sizes for both mirrorless and DSLR cameras are full frame and APS-C. Full-frame cameras give you the best overall image quality, while APS-C (or “crop-sensor”) cameras are generally more compact and affordable.