Nikon’s game-changing mirrorless flagship features a fully electronic shutter; real time blackout-free EVF, advanced autofocusing and support for 8K 30p video recording.
Canon’s latest mirrorless camera offers Eye Control AF with versatile tracking of people, animals, bikes and cars, a 30 fps electronic shutter continuous drive and up to 8 stops of IBIS.
Sony’s α7 IV hybrid still and movie camera features a new 33-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor plus improvements to processing, autofocusing and video recording.
Leica’s most versatile full frame camera boasts a new 24-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with IBIS and offers faster processing plus improved power management.
The flagship model in Sony’s Alpha line-up offers more processing power with 50-megapixel resolution and 8K 25p video recording to meet professional requirements.
Nikon’s second generation Z6 mirrorless camera gains dual card slots and two EXPEED 6 processors to boost continuous shooting speeds and buffer capacity.
Sony’s new video-optimised full-frame mirrorless camera has an updated sensor and processor for faster performance, improved noise reduction and a wider dynamic range.
Panasonic’s entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera features a 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor with Dual Native ISO technology plus versatile video recording modes.
A versatile, 20-megapixel full frame mirrorless camera that shares many technologies with Canon’s flagship professional cameras and features fast and accurate autofocusing.
Our technical tests confirmed the findings of our First Look assessments and confirm the Sony α7C is a viable choice for photographers who want to lighten their loads without compromising image quality.