While there are extreme cameras out there that offer things like ultra-high levels of resolution or super-fast burst rates, for the majority of photographers, they are a bit of overkill. Cameras with more moderate specifications and features will satisfy the needs of most of today's photographers, and two of the best options out there are the Canon EOS R6 Mark II and the Sony a7 IV. This great video comparison takes a look at both to help you decide which is right for you.
Coming to you from Oma Ghomrawi, this excellent video compares the Canon EOS R6 Mark II and Sony a7 IV mirrorless cameras. Whereas a decade ago, you might need an upper-level camera for some more technically demanding genres, such as wildlife or sports photography, the advancements in technology have made more middle-of-the-road full frame bodies perfectly capable of tackling these things, thanks to major advancements in autofocus performance, burst rates, high-ISO image quality, and more. Unless you absolutely need very high levels of resolutions or bleeding-edge speed and features, you'll be perfectly satisfied (and save a lot of money) by opting for one of these two cameras. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Ghomrawi.
I feel at this point these videos and articles are overdrive and unnecessary. If rather the comparison without the "which is better", since the user is going to determine the final outcome of the work.