Sorry in advance if I come across as a complete "newbie", which I am not, but let's just say I am a bit "Old School" in my ways.
Yes, yes, I was a film shooter for years and years, refusing to accept the fact that DSLR's were the ways of the future. Slowly I put away the old Canon's and Nikon's... SLR film cameras... and started out with a basic Nikon D3500.
I know, believe me, the Nikon D3500 is a good DSLR, but everything from every manufacturer outperforms it, and basically, blows its doors off with enhanced features, etc..
I learned on the D3500. I read everything I could. I messed with it, over and over, learning all of its features, functions, and abilities. Like I said, it's a great camera for an "entry level" DX crop factor style DSLR. Nothing wrong with it at all. It does what it's supposed to do, perfectly fine!
Getting to the point, I now find myself at a crossroads. Do I stay with DSLR's and look the new full frame Nikon's or switch playing fields and look at the latest Canon full frame DSLR's? Or, take the plunge and look into the new Mirrorless cameras?
If you were in the market for a new camera, would you stick with DSLR's or go Mirrorless? I'm curious as to what the current trend is....