3 User Friendly Mirrorless Cameras That Make Photography Easy

These Mirrorless cameras are packed with tech that will help you create stunning images in no time at all.

Mirrorless cameras on the market today are capable of so many things thanks to the technology they pack. Many coming into Mirrorless cameras think that these handheld computers are more difficult to use than older DLSRs. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Advanced IBIS systems, cutting Edge autofocus, incredible ergonomics, and AI makes these cameras pain-free. After the break, we have rounded up three of our favorite user friendly Mirrorless cameras that will make your life a whole lot easier.

Canon EOS R6 – Incredible IBIS

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In our review, we said:

“The in-body image stabilization in the Canon EOS R6 is very impressive, and it makes using this camera incredibly easy, especially in low light situations. Canon’s IBIS systems work differently depending on the lens you use. Each lens gives varying degrees of stops, which can be as high as eight stops.”

Brett Day – Gear Editor
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A handheld 6-second exposure made with the Canon EOS R6 and the RF 15-35mm F2.8L IS USM.

Buy now: $2,499

Pro Tip: These user friendly Mirrorless cameras are easy to use. You want to make sure they stay that way. Look, the gear we use gets dirty. Fingerprints, dirt, dust, and other debris can stop your camera from working properly. Make sure you keep a camera cleaning kit with you at all times. This affordable option has everything you need. Grab one and keep it in your camera bag so you can clean it no matter where you are.

Panasonic S5 – Great Ergonomics

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In our review, we said:

“Their camera is very simple to use. The Panasonic S5 has everything a photographer would want, like a joystick, all the necessary buttons, etc. The only problem I had was sending a bunch of files to my phone through the Panasonic app. Again though, there isn’t much to complain about otherwise. That’s important for anyone considering the system. If you’re stepping up from Micro Four Thirds, then you’re really getting a treat with an even better camera and the same interface you’ve worked with for a long time.”

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Buy now: $1,997.99

Sony a7r IV – Advanced Autofocus

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In our review, we said:

“When it comes to autofocus, Sony has been leading the industry in terms of both speed and accuracy for some time. Sony baked its latest and greatest AF technologies into the A7R IV. The autofocus performance on the A7R IV feels on par with what we’ve experienced on the Sony A9 running version 5.0 firmware. The Sony A7R IV sports 567 autofocus points, a 42% increase over the A7R III, covering 99.7% of the sensor vertically and 74% horizontally.”

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Buy now: $2,998

Brett Day

Brett Day is the Gear Editor at The Phoblographer and has been a photographer for as long as he can remember. Brett has his own photography business that focuses on corporate events and portraiture. In his spare time, Brett loves to practice landscape and wildlife photography. When he's not behind a camera, he's enjoying life with his wife and two kids, or he's playing video games, drinking coffee, and eating Cheetos.