- 162 system cameras
Mirrorless cameras, also called hybrid cameras, are compact cameras with an interchangeable lens system. This means you photograph with a great variety of light values and focal lengths. The main difference with classic SLR cameras is that mirrorless cameras don't have a mirror. You now find the images thanks to the electronic viewfinder or on the LCD screen instead of the optical viewfinder. Thanks to the extra space, the bodies and lenses are now a lot more compact in size.