So far, this year has been a relatively crazy one. Fortunately, micro four-thirds might not be completely dead just yet. Panasonic, recently released the G100, a camera that's being pitched to YouTubers and vloggers.
For a lot people that create content for YouTube, having a camera with good autofocus and a flip-out touch screen is extremely useful. The flip-out screen is useful because it allows vloggers to see their composition while on the move. I mean sure, an external monitor could do the trick too but it's just less convenient. In my view, Canon tends to do the best job in this regard. The two reasons for this are that Canon's dual pixel autofocus is brilliant and also Canon is one of the very few companies that offer a full and proper touch screen.
In a recent video, Tony Northrup compares the latest vlogging camera from Panasonic the G100 to the Canon M50 and the Sony ZV-1. On paper, the Canon might be the best option due to its much larger sensor, a flip-out touch screen and the incredible DPAF, however, the other cameras may have a few features that could be useful too.
Check out the video linked above to see how well each camera stacks up against one another.