The new Lumix DC-S1H camera boasts an updated 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and supports 6K 24p video recording plus professional stills and movie functions.
The second-generation model of Sony’s pro-level mirrorless camera provides upgrades to many key functions plus improved ergonomics and connectivity.
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.