Sony A7R-II Photo by sony.com Finally, probably the best mirrorless camera to date is the Sony A7R-II. It is a 42.4 megapixel full frame mirrorless camera with a 5-axis image stabilisation. It supports full sensor 4K video recording with 399 on-sensor phase detection points. Although the price speaks for itself, the image quality produced by this camera is certainly unbelievably sharp. Best for professionals, at $2360 (body only), Sony A7R-II is definitely a strong competitor
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G85K Photo by panasonic.com One of the common issues faced from all photographers/videographers is the battery life. Here with Panasonic Lumix DMC-G85K, you don’t have to worry anymore. Introducing their Power Safe mode, you can shoot up to 600-800 photos before your batteries die on you. It is definitely good for travelling and also for those who does events/wedding photography. It is a rough and tough camera and is definitely good for outdoor adventure.
Sony Alpha 6300 Photo by imaging-resource.com The biggest trait in Sony Alpha 6300 is it’s 24.2 MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor. The fast APS-C auto-focus speed can capture at 0.065 secs, which makes it the fastest auto focusing speed in a mirrorless camera. It is good for beginner photographers as it is compact and blessed with a high megapixel rate. It is able to shoot 4K video, has in-built WIFI as wells as a tiltable LCD screen. For the price of $1270 (body only), it definitel
Olympus OM-D EM-1 Photo by getolympus.com A 16.3 megapixel CMOS sensor with a tiltable touchscreen display, Olympus OM-D EM-1 is the second model of the OM-D series. It has a Live Face Detection which makes auto-focusing much easier and faster for portrait shots. With in-built WIFI that will make transferring photos to your phone much easier, you can instantly upload your photos to Instagram. At the price of $2491 (body only), it is currently rated one of the best mirrorless