The mirrorless market is burgeoning as we know, but which body is currently leading the fold?
The main issue with moving to mirrorless for most people — myself included — is the new mount. Yes, you can use an adaptor, but it's not a problem anyone wants to have to solve. However, you can view that problem from a different perspective: it could free you up to go for any manufacturer you fancy. That's something I did, but I'm not here to influence you one way or the other. In this video, Matt Granger runs through a few shoots with the Sony a7R IV, the Nikon Z 7, and the Panasonic S1R to see which performs the best. You can download all his images here.
I have very little experience with Panasonic — it's a brand that just hasn't cross my path — but I must say it looks good. It also plays well into my love for heavier equipment which I was concerned I was alone in, but turns out I'm not.
What did you make of the three cameras? Do you think there's a stand-out favorite? Do you own one? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.