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What's the point of buying a hybrid camera ?

Bridges and hybrid cameras both lack a mirror and prism. These two cameras are therefore devoid of optical sight, unlike the famous SLR (Single Lens Reflex) system. On the point of difference, the hybrid differs from the bridge by its interchangeable optics; the bridge is confined to a fixed lens. To compensate for this disadvantage, the bridge is often equipped with a zoom lens with a very wide focal range (such as the Nikon P1000 and its monstrous 125x zoom).

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