Mirrorless cameras do have a shutter, "shutter shock" is actually a common problem for earlier mirrorless cameras where the shutter opening and shutting would cause the whole picture to be blurred at common everyday shutter speeds (say 1/250)craftsman wrote: ↑Oct 31st, 2017 1:28 pmMirrorless has it's pros and cons. One of the big cons is that for most mirrorless platforms, lens and accessory selection is limited to the OEM supplied product. Some will have adapters for other lenses (either by the same manufacturer or another). Another con is the lack of an actual shutter (yes, that allows the camera to be smaller and eliminates some of the shutter lag) as the sensor is completely exposed when you switch out the lens so extra care is required to keep that sensor clean and dust free.
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