I've had a Canon EOS mirrorless camera for the past few years.
I sold my DSLR gear at the beginning of 2018 as my enthusiasm for photography had been depleted after a 3 year stint providing photos for a local website called www.thisisardee.ie, I shot over 85,000 photos during that 3 year stint.
I switched to an EOS M50. I loved that camera and it managed to reignite the spark for photography. The main thing holding back that system was the lack of decent lens options and I was keenly waiting during the summer,hoping that Canon would make some announcements around Photokina in September.
They did make a big mirrorless announcement there, but it was for the EOS R, which was fundamentally flawed in my opinion by the lack of in body image satabilisation.
I followed the reports for a few weeks and noticed a pattern where the EOS R was being compared to the Sony cameras. I realised that I could "get back in the game" with a secondhand Sony system.
I picked up this beauty on 05/01/19. What can I say, it's an absolutely fantastic piece of kit.
It's going to take some bit of learning, the autofocus system is incredible.
Even after using this machine for almost 3 months, I'm blown away by how usable this camera is.
A7ii - retired on 05/01/19
24 MP full frame sensor, what more could a body ask for?
OK, Touchscreen would be nice and a faster AF system would be great.
Maybe someday I will get an A7iii and then I will have the best camera in the world (IMHO).
Lenses85mm F1.8 Sony
28mm F2 Sony
28 - 70 Sony
24 - 240 Sony