Using a ten year old camera?

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Old CNC machines do the job. Old Dutch ovens haven't changed much. A new mirrorless camera is far lighter and convenient to carry around.

We are obviously arguing two different points. I hope you enjoy your tools as much as I do mine.
To be honest I don't own a mirrorless camera. I'.

they are only $100 !

www.flickr.com/photos/mmirrorless
 

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These were all taken with a 9yr old D3000.
Image quality it's still good, but using ISO higher than 500 it's a pain.
I think I get better pictures (grain wise) at 8000 ISO on my D5300 than at 500+ ISO on the D3000.

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While that doesn't have a mirror it doesn't fit the category of 'mirrorless cameras' as usually defined. It's just a compact / point & shoot camera.
I've picked up similar cameras for £3.
 

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While that doesn't have a mirror it doesn't fit the category of 'mirrorless cameras' as usually defined. It's just a compact / point & shoot camera.
I've picked up similar cameras for £3.
I know... just me being an intelligent donkey! ;)
 

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