Best Mirrorless Cameras

Best Mirrorless Cameras

Best Mirrorless Cameras Under $1000

thumbnail

23rd October 2017 $899.00 Whilst the previous X-E2S felt like an exercise in adding a few extra features to an existing design to keep the Fujifilm accountants happy, this revised model does at least feel like a brand new camera, one that gives you even more choice from the excellent Fujifilm range. Read the Review.

thumbnail

19th September 2017 $649.00 So while E-M10 Mark II owners won't be rushing to upgrade (unless you really, really want 4K video), the new Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III is a solid, if rather unexciting, update of a camera design that a lot of people love, ourselves included, all at a very competitive price-point in today's market. Read the Review.

thumbnail

6th March 2017 $899.00 The Fujifilm X-T20 once again successfully repackages the key features of the flagship X-series camera, the X-T2, into a smaller, lighter and cheaper body, resulting in a compelling mid-range mirrorless camera that offers a lot of advanced functionality... Read the Review.

thumbnail

5th January 2017 $549.00 If you’re looking for something to act as a step up from your mobile phone camera, something like the Panasonic Lumix DC-GX800 would make an excellent choice. It’s nicely small so you won’t feel like you’re having to lug around a huge camera with you all the time, but the improvement to your images will still be very noticeable - even if you just stick with the kit lens at first. Read the Review.

thumbnail

27th September 2016 $899.00 We've always had a soft spot for the mini-DSLR-like G-series, and although it looks very much like the previous G7 camera at first glance, the new G80 offers several key improvements, most notably the 5-Axis Dual Image Stabilisation, splash/dust proof magnesium body, new shutter unit and the clever Eco mode which greatly extends the battery life. Read the Review.

Best Mirrorless Cameras Over $1000

thumbnail

30th November 2017 $1,699.00 ​The Lumix G9 is the most well-specified, well-built and well-rounded Panasonic mirrorless camera to date, offering a long list of mouth-watering features with performance and image quality to back them up. This is one camera that can handle almost everything that you'd care to throw at it... Read the Review.

thumbnail

3rd July 2017 $4,500.00 ...the Sony A9's sheer speed makes it a serious rival to the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II and Nikon D5, two well-established cameras that have long dominated the sports/action segment of the professional market. The fact that the A9 out-performs both of those cameras in certain ways is testament to how far Sony have come in a very short space of time. Read the Review.

thumbnail

5th April 2017 $6,499.00 ...the Fujifilm GFX 50S is a very impressive debut in the embryonic medium-format mirrorless camera market, and perhaps more importantly, it's simply a lovely camera to use and one which delivers stellar image quality with the minimum of fuss Read the Review.

thumbnail

3rd April 2017 $1,999.00 If you typically shoot both stills and video, there's simply nothing to challenge the Panasonic GH5 at this price-point and in such a portable format, making it a worthy winner of our highest accolade - Essential! Read the Review.

thumbnail

7th February 2017 $1,399.00 The Sony A6500 is the best APS-C Sony camera yet, principally adding built-in 5-axis stabilization, a touch-enabled LCD screen and a redesigned menu interface to an already excellent camera Read the Review.

thumbnail

24th November 2016 $1,999.00 The new Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II is a veritable speed demon, offering incredibly fast shooting rates coupled with a much improved auto-focusing system that keeps moving subjects sharp. Together with the simply amazing 5-axis image stabilisation system, which provides up to 6.5 stops of compensation with certain lenses, and a durable weather-proof body, the E-M1 Mark II is capable of successfully capturing a wide variety of subjects in almost any shooting situation that you'll encounter. Read the Review.

thumbnail

8th September 2016 $1,599.00 It may look outwardly very similar to its 2-year-old predecessor, but the X-T2 takes several steps forward in some important areas, most notably with the faster and more mature auto-focus system and 2016's must-have feature, 4K video recording. Read the Review.