(02-17-2022, 08:03 AM)toni-a Wrote: I can't keep repeating this, tracking in mirrorless is excellent but first it has to lock on the subject and start tracking.You are writing about the rather pedestrian EOS RP, not the R6 or R5 (or R3), Toni. Mirrorless already has caught up. And you might even have to revisit your settings on the RP? Even with my silly EOS M (Canon's first effort) it matters which AF settings I select in regards to whether or how fast the camera will lock onto a subject.
If you are in the zoo, you have this luxury, the camera will lock on the animal's eye and track.
However in the wild, the time needed to lock on the subject might mean losing your photo, a DSLR is much faster locking on your subject for the time being.
Birding, especially birds in flight , IMHO is still DSLR kingdom but I am sure mirrorles will eventually carch up, if they didn't already with flagship models
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