Best Mirrorless Camera (UK)

Best Mirrorless Camera

Best Mirrorless Camera (UK) Under £500

25th November 2019 £399.00 So overall, although there's very little new on offer, the new Lumix GX880 remains an attractively designed, compellingly compact starter camera.​ Read the Review.

Best Mirrorless Camera (UK) Under £1000

23rd November 2020 £999.00 Overall, the X-S10 successfully takes the Fujifilm X-series in a new direction, unashamedly attempting to appeal to a broader audience, but still retaining the same image quality and colour science that Fuji fans have come to know and love. Read the Review.

24th April 2020 £699.00 ...the new Fujifilm X-T200 is an even better step-up camera than its predecessor, successfully bridging the gap between complete beginner and more experienced enthusiast without too many compromises in either regard. Read the Review.

3rd February 2020 £830.00 As it features exactly the same 24.2 megapixel sensor as the A6400 and A6600 cameras, along with the latest Bionz X image processor, you'd be hard-pressed to tell any difference between the image quality from the A6100 and its more expensive siblings. Read the Review.

4th December 2019 £849.00 This is a compact, lightweight camera that is a joy to use thanks to its deep handgrip, logical control layout, and very good electronic viewfinder and LCD screen. Read the Review.

Best Mirrorless Camera (UK) Over £1000

20th November 2020 £1,999.00 ...the Nikon Z6 II, just like its predecessor, is a very capable camera and although this upgrade isn't perhaps quite as revolutionary as we might have hoped, it still comes highly recommended for most. Read the Review.

21st October 2020 £5,999.00 The concept of a modular digital camera system that can also pair up with Hasselblad's film cameras caught our imagination. The design does not disappoint. It's a stunning camera, superbly crafted, embodying past film cameras yet armed with a modern twist. Read the Review.

23rd September 2020 £1,799.00 The new Lumix S5 may be the cheapest camera in Panasonic's full-frame lineup, but in many ways it's also the most appealing, especially if you regularly shoot a mix of stills and video. Read the Review.

16th September 2020 £3,800.00 All things considered, the Sony A7S III is the most capable hybrid 4K video camera available today. Armed with Sony's latest Bionz XR processor, lightning fast and reliable continuous AF, an unhindered array of 4K video modes up to 120fps, fully responsive 10fps stills, there is little that the A7S III cannot do well. Read the Review.

2nd September 2020 £4,200.00 The new EOS R5 is the most full-featured Canon camera to date, with its combination of a 45 megapixel sensor and 8K video recording along with cutting-edge mirrorless technology resulting in one of the most powerful cameras on the market. Read the Review.

4th August 2020 £2,500.00 The new EOS R6 is the best full-frame mirrorless Canon camera to date, and unless you really need 8K video, the camera that mid-range DSLR owners should buy if they're looking to switch to mirrorless. Read the Review.

5th May 2020 £1,599.00 All in all, the Fujifilm X-T4 is a delightful blend of old and new. It packs a wondrous photo and video capability and high-speed performance inside an attractive, premium quality body. Read the Review.

10th December 2019 £4,800.00 ...the new Sony Alpha A9 II is a compelling option for pro users, with Sony introducing a wide range of relatively minor, but collectively major, improvements to a flagship camera that was already a real speed demon. Read the Review.

5th December 2019 £1,999.00 Overall, though, the fp is a a rather nice camera, and a giant leap forwards for Sigma, who have previously released a range of niche, Foveon-sensor cameras that have made very little impact on the market. The likable Sigma fp certainly deserves to do a whole lot better, and certainly has the potential to do so, especially if shooting video is your main priority. Read the Review.

21st November 2019 £1,099.00 What it may lack in sensor size is more than made up for by the E-M5 Mark III's innovative features, with the High Res, Pro Capture and Live Composite modes all making their way down the range from the E-M1 series. And with exactly the same processor, sensor, auto-focusing system and image stabilisation onboard too, the new E-M5 Mark III really does feel like an E-M1 II in miniature. Read the Review.