Top Quality Digital Cameras 2022

Sony A7 3RD

It was never going to be easy to follow Sony’s fantastic A7 III, but the A7 IV is a worthy successor. It’s a compelling mirrorless option for hybrid shooters, with a new 33MP sensor that’s good for both stills and video. The price increase means it’s no longer an entry-level full-frame camera like its predecessor, but a Bionz XR processor powers solid performance that more than justifies the extra outlay.

Fujifilm X-T4

The Fujifilm X-T4 isn’t a full-frame camera, but it’s the best APS-C camera we’ve ever tested, and its combination of features, size, and value makes it an excellent choice for hobbyist photographers. The Fujifilm X-T4 expands on the X-strong T3’s foundation by including in-body image stabilisation (IBIS), faster burst shooting, and some successful design tweaks. A larger battery (which lasts for 500 shots per charge) and improved autofocus, which is fast and reliable in most situations, round out its all-around capabilities.

Canon EOS R6

While the Canon EOS R5 is overkill for most people, the EOS R6 is a less expensive full-frame alternative that is simply one of the best cameras for photography available today. If you already own one of Canon’s early mirrorless full-framers, such as the EOS R, or any of its DSLRs, this is an excellent upgrade. The EOS R6 features best-in-class autofocus, an excellent in-body image stabilisation system, and burst shooting capabilities that distinguish it as a very good camera for wildlife or sports photography.

Canon EOS R5

If you think of the Canon EOS R5 as a pro stills camera with some impressive video features, it’s one of the best cameras the photography giant has ever produced. There’s no denying that it has video limitations when compared to competitors like the Sony A7S III, especially when shooting longer clips. But it’s a huge achievement for anyone looking to shoot mind-blowing stills in almost any situation, whether it’s wildlife or studio work.

Nikon Z6 

For a long time, the Nikon Z6 was the undisputed king of this list – and while the Z6 II is only a modest successor, it should be on the shortlist of anyone looking for a full-frame camera. The Z6 remains a great value, but we believe the Z6 II is just about worth the extra money if you can afford it.

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