Sony’s highest resolution full-frame camera offers 61-megapixel stills resolution, up to 10 fps burst shooting with AF / AE tracking and 4K video recording.
The higher-resolution model of Panasonic’s S-series cameras with 47-megapixel stills and similar specs to the S1 but restricted to 4K 8-bit video without Log profile support.
Panasonic’s first ‘hybrid’ camera with 24-megapixel stills and support for 4K 10-bit video with the V-Log picture profile along with up to 6 stops of Dual I.S. stabilisation.
Canon’s entry-level ‘full-frame’ mirrorless camera is smaller, lighter and more modestly featured than the EOS R but still very attractive to photo enthusiasts.
The new Nikon Z6 boasts 24.5 megapixel resolution, 273-point hybrid AF, a native ISO range from 100 to 51200 and up to 12 fps burst shooting.
Canon’s first full frame mirrorless camera, the EOS R, issues a challenge to the Nikon Z6 and Sony’s α7 III.
Nikon’s flagship mirrorless camera offers 45.7 megapixel resolution, hybrid AF with 493 sensor points and 4K video recording in a compact, weatherproof body.
Sony’s α7M3 camera introduces 4K video and boasts improved stabilisation, twice the frame rate of the previous model and a larger buffer capacity.
An update to the α7R II that promises faster image processing, improved AF performance, expanded image stabilisation capabilities and higher quality 4K video recording.
Sony’s flagship mirrorless camera features a full-frame stacked CMOS sensor and upgraded BIONZ X processing engine with a front-end LSI to ensure high-speed performance.