I recently upgraded from my Canon 500D to a 60D. I was not to keen on keeping the old camera and hunted a needy buyer.
But my wife insists me to keep the old camera so that she can use it. She would primarily use it for photographing the decorations in her line of work [wedding caterer and decorator] and the other occasional trip photos.
Now my argument is better to sell of the bulky DSLR and get a mirrorless [with a decent kit lens]. So that she does not think twice before carrying it to work. She does not have to carry an extra bag for the DSLR; just bundle it up in the usual bag. Get decent enough quality to get the decoration shots. [These need to be printed (max 8 X 12) quite a few times]. Additionally, this setup would let me use the mirrorless on casual trips with my canon lenses.
Do I keep my DSLR and should not buy the mirrorless?
Or Sell off my DSLR and get a decent mirror-less around 16k?
If answer to second question is yes, which mirror less to get?
My preferences are RAW shooting [think, all mirror less have it], quality, ability to take Canon lenses [with an adopter not costing more than 40$, auto focus can be compromised].
Thanks for reading through this.