The number of mid-range mirrorless full frame cameras has exploded in the last year and if you’re trying to figure out the right option for you, check out this comparison of the best cameras currently available.
Jordan Drake and Chris Nichols of DPReview TV run you through their thoughts on which camera offers the best performance and it’s perhaps a nod to the impact of the Sony a7 III that it’s still included in a comparison such as this almost three years after it was first announced. At just $1,698 it’s currently the lowest price it’s ever been and while the shooting experience certainly isn’t refined, Sony rammed in a ton of features that still makes it feel competitive against today’s contenders.
It’s also by far the most affordable camera on this list. The Panasonic S5 and the brand new Nikon are both a few dollars short of $2,000, though you will have to wait a few more weeks for the Z 6II which is expected to start shipping by mid-December. Nikon just teased its array of Z-mount lenses which should fully mature with a choice of 24 by the end of next year.
By contrast, the Canon R6 is the most expensive of the bunch at $2,499.
If you were pondering a brand new camera system, which one of these would be your choice? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.