Mirror, Mirror on the wall, which is the best camera of them all?
Not too sure why you would ask a mirror, as these are all Mirror-less
Mirrorless cameras are the ideal solution for anyone who wants to get more out of photography but without carrying heavy equipment the accompanies your DSLR. However, if you are moving up from a compact camera, then this is a brilliant step in your journey.
Mirrorless cameras are system cameras as are DSLR's, but much smaller. On many models, they have changed the viewfinder, from an optical mirror, originally designed for film cameras back in the mists of time, to a high resolution elecgtronic viewfinder instead. In most cases, these EVF's are now better than optical viewfinders as they add more information for you and show everything as it will be in your image.
The first consumer Mirrorless camera was the Panasonic Lumix G1 in 2008. Now, with the evolution of technology and a hint of nostalgic design, mirrorless cameras are the perfect choice for modern photographers.
If you want to get creative with your photography and use different lenses for different subjects, a Mirrorless camera makes a smaller, lighter alternative to a DSLR. Mirrorless cameras all feature large image sensors, so you can be sure of high-quality photographs. Look out for models with full frame sensors for the ultimate in image quality.