N2bnfunn wrote in post #18702150
Hello for now a mirrorless camera is NOT a Professional grade camera. Let me explain with the mirrorless camera it does have a
professional sensor but the size for most people it is too small for your hands for a long periods of time.
The battery life will be half the time then a professional grade camera. In automobile terms it like having a car with massive engine
but that doesn't mean it is ready for the race way.
Mirrorless camera's has a ways to go before I would consider using it has my main camera.
Strange, considering the Sony line at least can go just as long as Canon 1D series with a single battery, and that there are pro wedding, landscape and sports shooters using Sony A9 and native glass. The Canon EOS-R, if you would watch any videos at all, like Kai's latest, will show that the Canon is quite substantial and for most folks will give enough grip for all fingers.
Canon's however is lacking in burst rate and dual cards for pros, but again, that is a Canon limitation, not one found on some other mirrorless bodies.