In case you’re on the lookout for a mid-range APS-C digicam within the run-up to Christmas, there are actually some glorious decisions on the market proper now. With Nikon having simply launched the Z 50, the selection between that, the Sony a6400, Canon’s new M6 Mark II, and the favored Fuji X-T30 is sort of powerful. Right here’s a really balanced information to get you began.
Chris Nicholls from DP Review has put collectively this quick video to run you thru how these 4 glorious cameras examine, rating every of them in 4 classes: design and dealing with, picture high quality, video high quality, and autofocus efficiency. None of those cameras will go away you disenchanted together with your buy, however you may wish to work out what’s most necessary to you earlier than making a call.
Like Nicholls, I’m not an enormous fan of the dial format on the Sony APS-C cameras, and even for fanatics, not having a wheel underneath the forefinger makes little sense to me.
Surprisingly, the digicam that makes me probably the most excited out of this choice is the Nikon Z 50. It doesn’t carry out notably nicely on this comparability, however two of the classes ought to see progress sooner or later: you’d count on autofocus to enhance via firmware updates, and the lens choice will proceed to broaden — although in fact, this does imply ready for a yr or two. Not splendid!
Which one will you be shopping for, or which one would you suggest to somebody who’s not already invested in a sure system? Depart your ideas within the feedback under.