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1.Fujifilm X-T4  Digital Camera


Sensor size: APS-C

Resolution: 26.1MP

Viewfinder: 3,690K dots

Monitor: 3.0-inch tilt-angle touchscreen, 1,620K dots

Autofocus: 425-point AF

Maximum continuous shooting rate: 15fps (mechanical shutter), 30fps (electronic)

Movies: 4K at 60p                      User level: Intermediate



  • +Superb image quality

  • +IBIS a big bonus for video


-No headphone jack


-Video recording limit



Looking for a hybrid camera that’s just as capable at shooting video as it is stills? The Fujifilm X-T4 is the best option around. It’s the finest APS-C camera we’ve ever tested and builds on the Fujifilm X-T3’s impressive foundation by adding in-body image stabilization (IBIS), faster burst shooting and some successful design tweaks. Adding to its all-rounder skills are a bigger battery (which keeps it going for 500 shots per charge) and some improved autofocus, which is fast and reliable in most scenarios. Its 26MP APS-C sensor remains class-leading for stills, but the X-T4’s real trump card is its performance as a video camera. The IBIS is a huge bonus here, and the X-T4 backs that up with a huge range of tools and a great shooting experience, including a fully articulating touchscreen. It might cost the same as many full-frame cameras, but the X-T4 and its fine range of X-series lenses make a great, smaller alternative for those looking for a mirrorless all-rounder.

  • Read our in-depth Fujifilm X-T4 review
  • Also consider: Sony A6600
  • Buying guide: Best mirrorless camera


2.Sony a7 III


Sensor size: Full-frame         Resolution: 24.2MP

Viewfinder: 2,359K dots

Monitor: 3.0-inch tilt-angle touchscreen, 921K dots

Autofocus: 693-point AF

Maximum continuous shooting rate: 10fps

Movies: 4K at 30p

User level: Intermediate/expert


+Great 24MP sensor
+Sensor-based stabilization


-Weather-sealing could be better 
-Some EVF tearing


Despite its age, we still love the A7 III. The core of the camera – namely a 24MP full-frame sensor, 4K video, sensor-based image stabilization, 10fps burst shooting and a 693-point hybrid AF system – remains very competitive, but with two card slots and a 710-shot battery life on top of that, you’re getting excellent value for money alongside top performance. Some firmware updates have further refined its AF performance, bringing treats like real-time Eye AF for animals, and there’s now a huge range of lenses to choose from. We have some slight reservations about the viewfinder and weather-sealing, but the A7 III is still one of the most versatile cameras around – and it’s never offered better value either.

  • Read our in-depth Sony Alpha A7 III review
  • Also consider: Nikon Z6


3.Nikon Z7 II







Sensor: Full-frame CMOS                Megapixels: 45.7MP

Autofocus: 493-point AF

Screen type: 3.2-inch tilt-angle touchscreen, 2,100K dots

Maximum continuous shooting speed: 10fps

Movies: 4K at 60p                        User level: Enthusiast


+Superb handling
+Speedier performance than Z7


-Relatively modest update of Z7
-Rivals have superior action AF

It’s not a huge leap forward from the Nikon Z7, but then the Z7 II didn’t really need to be. With a blend of subtle but important upgrades, including improved autofocus and a deeper buffer, this full-frame mirrorless camera is a very fine choice – particularly if you’re making the move from an older Nikon DSLR. The Z7 II combines Nikon’s signature handling with an excellent 45.7MP full-frame sensor, which is the same as the one we loved in its predecessor. This means you get class-leading dynamic range, sharp edge-to-edge detail and a handy 19MP APS-C crop mode, for sports or wildlife shooting. Some rivals may offer more in the way of video features and autofocus performance (for action shots in particular), but the Nikon Z7 II brings internal 4K/60p video and remains one of the best full-frame cameras you can buy today. With the Z system’s lens collection also growing this year, now is the time to make the switch from your DSLR.

  • Read our in-depth Nikon Z7 II review
  • Also consider: Sony A7R IV
  • Buying guide: Best mirrorless camera