Mirrorless Cameras

  • Fujifilm X-T3 Review

    Reviewers generally raved about the X-T3, with Digital Camera World saying Fujifilm's retro-styled mirrorless camera "is so good, in so many areas, that you really have to scrape the barrel to find anything negative to say about it at all." The X-T3's 26.1MP, X-Trans CMOS 4, APS-C sensor received high praise, both for its resolving power and the image quality for both Raw and JPEG images. The camera also has a lot of pep in its step, capable of firing off 20 frames per second for full resolution images, and 30fps at 16.6MP.

  • Fujifilm X-Pro3 Review

    The Fujifilm XPro3 is an oddball camera with a specific niche of photographer in mind. If you're a street photographer or still have a taste for analog rangefinder-style cameras in a digital world, the XPro3 might be just what you've been looking for.

  • Sony A6600 Review

    The Sony A6600 is a very good camera but it could have been so much better. That's the consensus from reviewers who thought Sony didn't go far enough with this "flagship" model in its popular A6000-series APS-C mirrorless camera line.

  • Nikon Z6 Review

    Most reviewers agreed that Nikon hit one out of the park with the Z6, which is interesting because they were decidedly mixed about its higher resolution and more expensive big brother, the Z7. The Nikon Z6 scored high marks across the board.

  • Canon EOS RP Review

    The Canon EOS RP is something of a divisive camera amongst reviewers. On the one hand, many praised this second full frame mirrorless camera offering from Canon for being surprisingly affordable, considering what you get. On the other hand, some reviewers seemed to be hoping for more.

  • Sony A7R IV Review

    The Sony A7R IV represents a major step forward in full frame mirrorless cameras. With a class leading 61MP sensor, the relatively compact A7R IV is on par to what some larger medium format cameras offer, in terms of resolution. This is not to say the A7R IV is a small camera.

  • Leica SL2 Review

    The Leica SL2 is a very expensive camera. (This is a Leica after all.) But the SL2 also a great camera. Whether it's worth the nearly $6000 price tag is up to you to decide but the image quality, according to several reviewers, seems like a million bucks.

  • Panasonic Lumix G95 Review

    There's a lot to like about the Panasonic Lumix G95, most reviewers agreed, but not, necessarily, the price. This follow-up to the Panasonic Lumix G85 from 2016, doesn't pile on a ton of major new features, but the functions it does add improve both still and video shooting.

  • Sony A7 III Review

    Though it's billed as Sony's "basic" full frame mirrorless model, the A7 III is anything but. Several reviewers actually called the A7 III one of the best cameras Sony has ever made. Considering it's several thousand dollars cheaper than Sony's top-of-the- line cameras, that's saying something.