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This should be interesting to those of you considering transitioning or who have already transitioned to mirrorless camera systems:

 

http://hybridphoto.pro

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I only can say because of the mirrorless technology i shoot most in JPEG. It is a technlogy that is made to be used. I dont shoot JPEG because i dont know how to use RAW. I know it very well. I worked 5 years with RAW. It is just much easier then before to shoot JPEG since everything is showing in the viewfinder in real time.

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Looks interesting but its practicality depends on the type of photography that is your focus. If I'm walking down the street and want to grab a few shots of an interesting building or some other subject I'm not going to have hands free for the camera and a tablet nor the time to establish a link between them, especially if the subject is moving.

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Yes, Lynn . . . personally I'm looking to make things less technical rather than more technical. 

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Amen to that Ed!

 

This seems useful for studio and wedding photography where the tablet or computer can be set up on a table.

 

Also I don't see where this is specific to mirror less camera systems, tethering via cable or WiFi is nothing new, and I see no advantage at all in shooting directly to black and white jpeg files.

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I see I can now buy a wireless SD card. So even I can join the twits.

What this sort of thing is for is for bloggers to write about.

Edited by spacecadet

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