No doubt, the industry is quickly moving toward a fully mirrorless age, but that certainly does not mean DSLRs are suddenly useless or that you should immediately upgrade to a mirrorless camera. This excellent video explores the differences between mirrorless cameras and DSLRs and if you should consider trading in your DSLR or if you can hold on to it.
Coming to you from Saurav Sinha, this great video explains the differences between mirrorless cameras and DSLRs and if it is worth upgrading at the moment. There is no doubt that every manufacturer (save for Pentax) is moving toward a fully mirrorless future, but that does not necessarily mean you need to give up your DSLR just yet. In fact, if you do not need the specific benefits of a mirrorless camera, now might be a better time than ever to pick up a used DSLR, with mirrorless cameras driving their prices down and numerous excellent models available on the market. In addition, both Canon and Nikon offer lens adapters for mounting DSLR lenses on mirrorless cameras that generally make for a pretty seamless experience, which will help you ease the transition into mirrorless whenever you eventually decide to make it. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Sinha.