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Best Mirrorless Camera to Buy in 2019

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6. Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III

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3. Fujifilm GFX 50R

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1. Sony A7R III

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12. Fujifilm X-T30

  • Sensor: APS-C
  • Megapixels: 26.1MP
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm X
  • Screen: 3-inch tilting touchscreen, 1,040,000 dots
  • Viewfinder: Electronic
  • Autofocus: 425 points / Phase- and contrast-detect
  • Continuous shooting speed: 30fps (electronic shutter, 1.25x crop), 8fpt (mechanical shutter)
  • Max video resolution: 4K
  • User level: Enthusiast

It feels like a compact camera, but don’t let the size fool you. It pulls its punches as an APS-C mirrorless camera. Thankfully, we have the Fujifilm Xt-3 (top of our list of mirrorless cameras). Without it, we wouldn’t have this little beast.

When new technology has been researched and developed, they tend to trickle down to previously created systems. This is the smaller, lighter and cheaper version. You’ll find powerful settings that allow you to capture great shots.

Portability is a great advantage, especially if taking it on your travels or as a candid street photography machine. It has 4K video as standard and works well as an all-rounder. Perfect if you like to shoot a little, photograph a lot.

We like the external shutter speed and aperture controls. This is something that allows you to change the way you shoot without having to move your face from the camera.

For more features and a slightly bigger body, go for the XT-3. But, this camera will serve you well.

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11. Sony A6000

  • Sensor: APS-C
  • Megapixels: 24.3MP
  • Lens mount: Sony E
  • Screen: 3-inch tilting, 921,600 dots
  • Viewfinder: Electronic
  • Autofocus: 25 contrast-detect and 179 phase-detect points
  • Continuous shooting speed: 11fps
  • Max video resolution: 1080p
  • User level: Beginner/enthusiast

For me it was difficult to choose between the Sony A6000 and the younger siblings; the A6500 and A6400. The latter models upstaged the older brother, but what you are left with is a perfectly capable camera system at a more affordable price.

There are lots of features that make you love this camera. Its 25 contrast-detect and 179 phase-detect points make autofocusing a breeze. 11fps shooting means you can tackle sports and high-speed photography without worrying if you got the shot.

Versatility is very important, as it lets you move from one field of photography to another easily. Travel, street or documentary photography go hand in hand with mirrorless systems due to the size, speed and features the mirrorless cameras house.

You’ll also find Wi-Fi and NFC among a high-resolution viewfinder and a tilting LCD screen. If you are looking for more power with a larger budget, go for the Sony A7R III.

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10. Canon EOS RP

  • Sensor: Full Frame
  • Megapixels: 26.2MP
  • Lens mount: Canon RF
  • Screen: 3in articulating touchscreen, 1,040,800 dots
  • Viewfinder: Electronic
  • Autofocus: 4779 points / Phase-detection, tracking, eye-detection
  • Maximum continuous shooting rate: 5fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K
  • User level: Enthusiast

Along the same vein of mirrorless cameras is the Canon EOS RP. It came out only a few months after the Canon EOS R did. Compared to the slightly earlier model, you’ll find it cheaper and smaller, perfect for portability and handling.

Some liken the RP as the mirrorless version of the Canon EOS 6D Mark II. Luckily through a very aggressive stance on marketing, this is the cheapest mirrorless camera of all full-frame models. Perfect for a smaller budget.

With this model, you’ll get a 26.2 MP resolution, 4779- point dual-pixel autofocus, and a fully articulating screen. There is a 4K video, but it does come cropped.

If you have a bigger budget, go for the Canon EOS R. But, you can’t go wrong with this system.

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9. Nikon Z 6

  • Sensor size: Full Frame
  • Megapixels: 24.5MP
  • Lens mount: Nikon Z Mount
  • Screen: 3.2-inch tilt-angle touchscreen, 2,100K dots
  • Viewfinder: 3,690K dots
  • Autofocus: 273 points / Phase-detection
  • Maximum continuous shooting rate: 12fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K at 30p
  • User level: Intermediate/expert

Two of the last companies to join the mirrorless race were Nikon and Canon. But once joined, they released two very similar cameras immediately.

The Nikon Z 7 and Z 6 came about to answer two very important areas; first a professional mirrorless camera and a more affordable one.

The Z 6 is the more affordable one, but that doesn’t mean cheap by any aspect. You still get a full-frame sensor, a resolution of 24.5MP and a whole slew of other features that will impress you.

Here, you’ll find the versatility you need. If you are thinking about which mirrorless Nikon camera to go for, the Z 6 has a wider ISO range. You’ll also find an uncropped 4K video and a decent 12 fps continuous shooting rate.

For low light or high-speed situations, there are 5 stops of camera shake through image stabilization. It is weather sealed, allowing you to stay out capturing for longer.

The buffering isn’t going to impress you, as it stays within the average range.

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8. Panasonic Lumix G9

  • Sensor: Four Thirds
  • Megapixels: 20 MP
  • Lens Mount: Interchangeable
  • Screen: 3in fixed Touch screen, 1,040,000 dots
  • Viewfinder: Electronic 3,680,000 pixels
  • Autofocus: 225 points / Contrast detection, tracking, eye-detection
  • Maximum continuous shooting speed: 20 fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K
  • User level: Beginner/enthusiast

If you’re looking for a good all-rounder, the Panasonic Lumix G9 might just be the camera for you. It’s a four-thirds system that takes its precedence from the very successful GH5 model.

Fast-burst rates and outstanding image stabilization come as standard. You’ll get great image quality and as much customization as you can stomach. All in a weather sealed and lightweight body.

In terms of competition, users would find similarities between this and the E-M1 Mark II. The biggest difference between them is the autofocus system. The G9 uses a newer type, known as DFD (depth from defocus).

It might not be as accurate for high-speed subjects, it is very accurate for every other environment you’ll find yourself in. Especially ones in low-light conditions.

Photographers find that the hand-grip is bigger, roomier and easier to use.

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7. Nikon Z 7

  • Sensor: Full Frame
  • Megapixels: 45.7MP
  • Lens mount: Nikon Z
  • Screen: EVF, 3,690k dots, 100% coverage
  • Viewfinder: EVF
  • Autofocus: 493-point / Phase Detect
  • Maximum continuous shooting speed: 9fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K UHD at 30p
  • User level: Enthusiast/Professional

This camera was long awaited, and what a camera it is! It is a very well made system that feels great in the hands and even better when you see the images that come out of it. Understandably, they come from a 45.7MP full-frame CMOS.

What you’ll love the most is the 493-point hybrid phase/contrast autofocus. Not only is it fast, covering both aspects of autofocus, but it is also a joy to use. Even better when used alongside the in-camera image stabilizer.

For the video enthusiasts out there, you get 4K video at 30p as standard.  This camera system shares many similarities with the Sony A range, yet smaller than most Nikon DSLRs, even when they share the same technology.

You might find that another camera system brings the need for new lenses. This is where it gets expensive. Smart Nikon ships the camera with an FTZ adaptor, allowing you to use previous DSLR lenses without restriction.

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6. Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III

  • Sensor: Micro Four Thirds
  • Megapixels: 16.1MP
  • Lens mount: Micro Four Thirds
  • Screen: 3-inch tilting touchscreen, 1,037,000 dots
  • Viewfinder: Electronic
  • Autofocus: 121 points / Contrast detect, face detection, tracking
  • Continuous shooting speed: 8.6fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K
  • User level: Beginner/enthusiast

You might be put off by the micro four-thirds sensor aspect. If a camera system can take amazing images from almost every scene you point it at, it must be worth it.

This camera would be much higher if the competition wasn’t so damn good.

The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III runs in a similar fashion to the still available Mark II. What you get with the upgrade is a more powerful processing engine, 4K video, and a finer autofocus system.

It looks small and cute, but don’t get it wrong – it’s a beast. We like the five-axis image stabilization, which leaves you capturing images in low-light conditions easily.

A 2.36million dot OLED viewfinder and tilting rear LCD are welcome, making the capturing a pleasure. Ok, so the sensor isn’t exactly the height of what is available, but it gets the job done well.

Don’t forget – the crop sensor means you can get closer to your subject.

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5. Sony A9

  • Sensor: Full Frame
  • Megapixels: 24.2MP
  • Lens mount: Sony FE
  • Screen: 3-inch tilting touchscreen, 1,440,000 dots
  • Viewfinder: Electronic
  • Autofocus: 693 / Contrast and phase detection
  • Maximum continuous shooting speed: 20fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K
  • User level: Professional

If you are the high-speed sports fanatic, this is the camera for you. The Sony A7 range is built for great all-around photography, but the A9 is built for professional sports, action, and wildlife.

The price matches the professionality, and in terms of mirrorless systems, this is a very interesting system. It has many advantages over modern DSLRs, which makes it way more attractive for its price range.

What you’ll find is a 24.2 MP full-frame sensor, which isn’t the biggest, but the resolution is not its main selling point. The autofocus, a 693-point phase-detect AF system that covers 93% of the frame is just one of a few.

It works very well when combined with its electronic viewfinder, a continuous burst rate of 20fps and even 4K video.

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4. Canon EOS R

  • Sensor: Full Frame
  • Megapixels: 30.3MP
  • Lens mount: Canon RF
  • Monitor: EVF, 3.69m dots, 100% coverage
  • Viewfinder: EVF
  • Autofocus: 5655 points / Phase Detection and Face+Tracking AF
  • Continuous shooting speed: 8fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K UHD at 29.97p
  • User level: Enthusiast/Professional

The battle of mirrorless cameras you all heard about came between Nikon and Canon. Most other companies, especially Fujifilm, were way ahead of the modern mirrorless camera curve.

Canon EOS did well on their first try, bringing a full frame 30.3 MP sensor out into the world. This resolution is better than most of the mirrorless systems here, so it’s a must for well-priced quality images.

For quality, you’ll notice that it is similar to the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR. They share similarities, where the biggest difference is a more advanced phase-detection system.

This is something that is shared with the 1D X Mark II’s Dual Pixel CMOS, bringing a total of 5.655 focus points.

Two things that we didn’t like are the heavily cropped 4K video and lack of in-body image stabilization. There is only a single memory slot, but with the correct memory card, it is enough.

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3. Fujifilm GFX 50R

  • Sensor: Medium format
  • Megapixels: 51.4MP
  • Lens mount: Fujifilm G Mount
  • Screen: 3.2-inch tilting touchscreen, 2,360,000 dots
  • Viewfinder: Electronic
  • Autofocus: 425 Focus Points and 117-point contrast-detect
  • Continuous shooting speed: 3fps
  • Max video resolution: Full HD
  • User level: Professional

This is the only medium format camera on the list and is helping to open the digital revolution to the masses. Not only is it one of the cheapest digital medium format cameras you can buy, but it’s also one of the most accessible.

I decided to add this juggernaut to the list as it is a powerful machine. But, seeing as it is the first mainstream medium format of it’s kind, it does have some shortcomings. Even so, it is one of the most impressive mirrorless cameras on the market.

The image quality is what you’d expect from a medium format sensor. You get a 51.4MP image that was obtainable through 425 Focus Points, 117 of which are through contrast-detect. The dynamic range is to die for, that is if you survived the price range you’ll need for such a system.

It is much bigger than other full frame or compact mirrorless cameras, but it’s lighter than expected and feels good to hold. You can’t shoot more than 3 fps, but it isn’t an action camera.

It’s not the perfect option as an all-rounder, but you can’t go wrong with it.

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2. Fujifilm X-T3

  • Sensor: APS-C
  • Megapixels: 26.1-megapixel
  • Lens: Interchangeable
  • Monitor: 3in fixed, 1,040,000 dots
  • Viewfinder: 3.69-million-dot EVF
  • Autofocus: 2.16M phase detection pixels
  • Continuous shooting speed: 30fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K
  • User level: Enthusiast/Expert

The top, compact camera is, of course, an APS-C model, and a Fuji at that. The sensor is larger than other choices on our list and comes with a resolution of over 26 MP.

This crop sensor is actually better than some DSLRs you’ll find on the market.

The benefit with this system is the interchangeable lens and its compact size. Being a mirrorless system, it can afford to reduce in size without losing quality or features. This beast won’t let you down on your travels.

Physical features look almost identical to the predecessor model, the Fujifilm X-T2. But the important part is under the hood, in the way of the improved speed of autofocus, 4K video, and faster-shooting.speeds. With sports mode, you can reach 30fps.

If you like electronic viewfinders, you’ll like this system. If video is your thing, you can shoot in 4K. There are even specialized filming lenses to help you get the most out of each scene.

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1. Sony A7R III

  • Sensor: Full Frame
  • Megapixels: 42.4MP
  • Lens mount: Sony FE
  • Screen: 3-inch tilting touchscreen, 1,440,000 dots
  • Viewfinder: Electronic
  • Autofocus: Hybrid AF with 399-point (phase-detection) and 425-point (contrast-detection)
  • Continuous shooting speed: 10fps
  • Max video resolution: 4K
  • User level: Enthusiast/professional

For me, and many other professional photographers, the Sony A7R III is the best mirrorless camera around. If I ever decide to ditch the DSLR, then this is the system I’m going for.

In terms of mirrorless systems, it is almost unbeatable. For size, it’s slightly larger than film SLRs from before the digital revolution. Yet, more compact than the DSLRs available today.

What you’ll get is a whopping 42.4 MP resolution in a full frame sensor. Usually, you need to compromise between high resolution or a fast burst rate. Not here, as you get the best of both worlds. A 10fps comes as standard.

Autofocusing is a joy to work with seeing as you get both phase and contrast detection. Perfect for any scenario. 4K video is a huge benefit to those who like to mix up their stills with some filming.

The Sony FE mount brings with it premium quality lenses, ensuring high-quality images. Some might find the body too small to correctly manage the controls, but portability comes at a cost.

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