Best mirrorless hybrid?

3 years 2 months ago #704455 by Russo333
Hello and SOS! :blink:

What should I get as the best mirrorless hybrid: 
  • Sony A7 III + 24-105 mm F4 G OSS for 2600 € (due to Sony winter cashback)
  • Nikon Z6 II + 24-70 mm f4 kit + FTZ adapter for 3050 €
  • Canon EOS R6 + 24-105 mm kit for 3300 €?
Thank you in advance! :)

3 years 1 month ago #708541 by rhondachurchill99
Was a Nikon person and now own 15 Fujis and lots of lenses including the medium format camera and lenses.On my last trip to Africa I used the H1 because of the stabilization but used the XT-3 for most other situations.The XT-4 will be perfect for all my normal photos as I travel around the world six months of the year.Just pick up any Fuji, not plastic, like a Leica , a pleasure to hold and use. Lenses are superb so I have a closet filled with Nikons I never use.I love you can change most everything form the dials not like Sony.Just the best, love them!

3 years 1 month ago #708579 by Piechura
I'd say they're priced roughly in order of how good they are, tbh. But it depends what you need. The Canon is the only one with a flip-forward screen, so if you're planning on shooting yourself, then that's the only option. Also bear in mind that the Sony is nearly 3 years old, so the fact that it's still even being mentioned in these comparisons is pretty impressive and tells you a lot about its proven track record. What you'll miss out on with the Sony is 10-bit recording (important if you're making high quality, nicely graded videos; unimportant for most people), 60fps at 4K, and a nice menu system. The Canon reportedly has the best autofocus system too. But you're getting a slightly lower megapixel count. Nikon, like the price is somewhere in the middle, so 4K 10-bit, but only at 30fps (60fps is available at a 1.5x crop). Sony leads the way in variety of lenses, as you'd expect given how long they've been making mirrorless cameras. Canon is coming up fast though, with Nikon languishing a bit when it comes to their Z mount lenses. Oh, and the Sony has an awful menu system. Expect to do a lot of googling when you first get it to figure out where different features are.

Personally, if I was concerned about money, I'd go for the Sony (I did), and if I wanted the best camera I'd get the R6. But I actually made the decision based on which one had the lenses I wanted. It's also worth mentioning that the A7iv is likely going to be released this year, so if you're planning to buy near the summer anyway, it might be worth waiting keeping an eye on it.




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