In the video above, our good friend and fellow Hybrid Hero on DiscoverMirrorless.com, Suzette Allen explains why the time is right for photographers to go Hybrid.
Suzette is a bonafide superstar in the photography world and even she recognizes that the world of photovideography is quickly changing, but the change doesn’t have to be scary.
Before we learn the “Hows”, we need to look at the “Why”, why we need to learn hybrid photography.
Photography is America’s no. 1 hobby…because it is fun! Knowing this fact is so important.
Let me tell you “Why” I have added Hybrid Photography into my workflow and see if you should too.
…let me help answer the “Why Go Hybrid?” (Read article on DiscoverMirrorless.com)
Here are some of our recommended Hybrid Cameras
Panasonic Lumix GH3 – Best in Class for both stills and video, Pro Level Lenses and Wi-Fi make this the Best Hybrid Camera on the Planet today.
Olympus OM-D E-M5 – Classic styling with top notch performance and revolutionary 5 point IBIS make this one of the breakthrough cameras of the last year.
Fuji X-Pro1 – Hybrid Viewfinder combined Fuji’s X-Trans Sensor and EXR Processing Technology deliver some of the best quality still photos you’ll get from ANY camera (35mm or smaller).
Fuji X-E1 – Same Sensor and Processing Technology as the X-Pro 1 in a smaller, more stylish frame.
Panasonic Lumix G5 – One of the best mirrorless camera values today. Delivers many pro level features and performance at a mid level price.
Panasonic Lumix GH2 – The former flagship of the GH lineup. This model is a few years old, but it’s still one of the best video cameras you’ll get anywhere.
Sony NEX 6 – Hybrid Autofocus, Wi-Fi and most of the main features of the flagship NEX 7 make this the most advanced NEX camera yet, though there are not many native lenses from which to to choose.