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Your Guide to Selecting Canon Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Digital Cameras

Canon is a Japanese photography equipment manufacturer that was founded in 1937. This company produces a wide array of camera types suitable for a range of photography styles, whether you are a professional portraitist or a hobbyist who enjoys taking snapshots of the outdoors. Among their selection, Canon makes mirrorless digital cameras with interchangeable lenses.

What is a mirrorless interchangeable lens digital camera?

This type of camera does not use a mirror to represent an image. This innovation is unique in the history of photography; all other previous cameras used a series of mirrors to relay an image from the lens to the viewfinder. Instead of a mirror, these cameras use a high-definition digital sensor that is attached to the lens. This sensor relays a digital signal to the viewfinder, so the photographer does not actually directly view the subject through the lens. These types of cameras are not to be confused with DSLR cameras, which have digital components but are still mirror-based.

How many photos do these Canon cameras hold?

The storage size of a Canon mirrorless digital camera is determined by the capacity of the memory stick that is installed in the camera. Memory sticks for this type of camera can be as large as 1TB or as small as 8GB. The amount of storage space available on your camera is also determined by the quality of the photos that you shoot. These cameras give you the option of shooting photos in high, medium, or low quality. Generally, you will be able to store a larger amount of low-quality photos; high-quality photos will take up more space in your memory stick.

How do you connect these cameras to a computer?

Follow these steps to connect your mirrorless camera to a computer:

  • Wi-Fi: Some cameras made by Canon are equipped with built-in Wi-Fi. With these cameras, you can simply access the settings to connect to your Wi-Fi network. Photos can then be transferred wirelessly over the network.
  • USB: For cameras without Wi-Fi connectivity, you will need to connect your mirrorless camera to your computer with a USB cord. Connect one end of the cord to your camera, and connect the other end to your computer.
  • File explorer: Once the camera is connected, you can use the file explorer on your computer to sort through your photos. You can also choose to use a program that is specifically designed for storing and accessing photos. Disconnect your camera from your computer when you are done accessing your photos.
Is there any other way to access the photos?

Alternatively, you can connect the memory stick in your camera directly to your computer by following these steps:

  • Step 1: Remove the memory stick from your camera. These are generally held in place with a spring mechanism.
  • Step 2: If your computer has a built-in memory stick slot, insert the memory stick into the slot. Otherwise, insert your memory stick into a USB-powered memory stick reader.