Hilarious. Just a cut-and-paste from so,so many other posts. Canon has better image quality than what? Hilarious. But the real cannard that beagle keeps putting on TPF, directed toward noobs, basically every time is this : that a mirriorles camera can "Easily use all the DSLR lenses" NOT actually true. "easily" and "all" . Huh. No autofocusing...with modern AF lenses, the focusing ring's throw from Infinity to about 10 feet is a mere 3 to 10 degrees of focusing ring movement, meaning many times, as in MOST times, a beginner will FAIL to be able to achieve focus on things reliably, since, focusing from Infinty to 10 feet is a hair-trigger operation--an operartion designed to be done by a micro-motor, and a computer, on the lens's native DSLR camera bodies. Modern, autofocusing lenses are VERY DIFFICULT FOR MANY PEOPLE to focus accurately, especially in challenging light, or in action scenarios. Even on their native system D-SLR cameras. AF lenses are designed and manufactured to be focused by an autofocusing system...an entire AF system! Once agin, we have beagle, spreading a very specific bit of total misinformation about the "easy" use of d-slr lenses on mirrorless cameras. Those of us with decades of experience KNOW how tricky it can be to achieve focus when we use an AF lens in manual focusing mode! The lenses themselves are NOT designed to be focused by hand-and-eye, but, again, by a micro-motor in the lens itself, or in the camera body, with a highly sophisticated computer determining the exact, precise focusing distance. Jeebers! We are not talking about 1960's-1990's manual focusing lenses...we are talking about "DSLR lenses", which means autofocusing lenses, with hair-trigger, and or sloppy, loosey-goosey, low-friction, crummy manual focusing feel and action, in 90% of cases. Hell...I have 40-plus years of photo experience: my Nikkor 60mm f/2.8 AF-D macro lens is a royal bugger to focus manually...I MISS focus, at least a little bit, with it in manual mode at any distance longer than 6 feet, perhaps 30% of the time. My 70-300 AF-S Nikkor is a PITA to focus at long range, accurately. My 24mm/2.8 AF-D is very difficult to focus indoors. Almost ALL wide-angle lenses with f/2.8 apertures are a PITA to focus by hand-and-eye, indoors.