Mirrorless vs DSLR in Dental Photography which type is best?
Looking for a camera? Your first step is to decide between a DSLR and a mirrorless system.
Mirrorless or DSLR? This is always a hard decision, as both styles of cameras have their pros and cons. A few years ago the choice between mirrorless cameras and DSLRs was relatively straightforward. Essentially, if you were a professional dental photographer – or had aspirations to be one – and looked for the best of the best when it came to image quality, you plumped for a DSLR.
Today mirrorless cameras are really advanced and they’re on a par with the DSLRs in certain areas. But, there are plenty of advantages to be found in DSLRs.
So it can be difficult to choose which is best for you, and Dental Photo Master is here to help you. With our experts and experience you can discover – step by step – key differences and similarities between the two types of camera.
Here are some topics you can find in our new lesson:
- Key differences: mechanisms and sizes
- Features you should consider for your own comfort
- The mechanisms of these two types
- Why do they have different sizes?
- Lenses: mounting to mirrorless and DSLR
- How does the autofocus work in the two types of a camera?
- Manual focus: why is it convenient in dental photography?
- Does any lens fit both types of cameras?
- Focal Flange Distance: differences and influence on your work
- Using the adapter for a mirrorless camera FF
You can choose the most important topic for you or watch the whole lesson. Either way, we can guarantee: you will benefit from it!