In between the Canon EOS R, the Nikon Z Series, and the Fujifilm X-T3, it's been a crazy and exciting few weeks for camera announcements, and you might be thinking of switching brands. This helpful video will give you three questions to ask yourself before you do that.
Coming to you from Mark Denney, this great video talks about what you should ask yourself before you switch camera brands. Doing so is not particularly easy, especially if you're heavily invested in various lenses, and you should carefully consider if both the financial cost and the headache of selling off all your gear is worth what you'll gain or if it's more a case of gear lust. Personally, I switched to a Sony a7R III for the majority of my work, but I retained most of my Canon glass simply because some of it doesn't exist in the Sony ecosystem and because I can afford to manually focus for the work I use it for, which gives me the best of both worlds (for my work). Of course, your individual needs and workflow may differ from mine. Check out the video above for the full rundown,