The smaller a camera is, the more likely it is to be carried around by photographers. The Fujifilm XE4 is one of Fujifilm's smallest mirrorless cameras to date. The XE4 looks more like a point-and-shoot when paired with the newly announced 27mm kit lens. Despite its lower price, the Fujifilm XE4 features the same sensor and processor as the Fujifilm XT4.
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This camera is a pleasure to use thanks to its excellent image quality, wide dynamic range, and low-light output, as well as its simple controls, advanced Face and Eye Detection, and a 180° forward-tilting LCD touchscreen. So, whether you're shooting professional-quality images, 4K/30p video, or super-slow-motion Full HD/240p footage, you can rest assured that the process will be easy, straightforward, and, most importantly, enjoyable.
Sony’s latest A7 cameras represent the vanguard of the mirrorless camera movement. The A7 III is smaller, lighter, and more durable than their DSLR counterparts and has narrowed the gaps in image quality, performance, and lens selections.
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Crazy Great Dynamic Range
With 15 stops of dynamic range, you can fully clamp down any scene with precise clarity.
A Flip-Out Screen
An excellent camera that has a flip-out screen for easy recording and vlogging sequences.
Incredible 4k 16-bit raw output over HDMI with no recording limits for ultra-amazing-looking footage.
The Sony Alpha a6600 is a sleek-yet-fully-featured APS-C-format mirrorless camera well-suited for both stills and video, focusing on speed and flexibility. This amazing mirrorless model is a powerful gear with its 5-axis image stabilization, Real-Time Eye AF tracking for human, animal, and movie modes, long-lasting battery, unlimited 4K video recording Mic, and headphones jacks.
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Real-Time Eye AF
With a half-press of the shutter button, the camera can automatically detect the subject's eyes and activate Eye AF in all autofocus modes.
Easy Wifi Transfer
Control your camera or transfer files to your device for fast and easy sharing without the need for a computer.
The Fujifilm X100V is the fifth generation of the X100 series, combining impressive imaging capabilities, a unique design with an apt prime wide-angle lens, and a versatile feature-set to accommodate various shooting needs. The X100V features a 26.1MP APS-C-format X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor capable of high-resolution recording, DCI/UHD 4K video support, ISO 160-12800 sensitivity, and mechanical shutter continuous shooting up to 11 frames per second. The sensor's BSI architecture reduces noise and improves overall clarity, and it's combined with the X-Processor 4 for fast performance and responsiveness.
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Fuji is no stranger to stunning JPEGs straight from the sensor, allowing for fast edits. For those who want to shoot from the hip while filming the streets, the flip-up screen is truly revolutionary. Since it converts to a 35mm equivalent on a full-frame sensor (note that the 100V is a cropped mirrorless sensor! ), it's 23mm F/2.0 fixed lens is ideal for shooting lifestyle imagery. This lens is a major improvement from the design used on previous X100 cameras, with higher resolution, lower distortion, and enhanced close focus efficiency. It retains the same overall size and compatibility with the legacy WCL/TCL conversion lense and its internal ND filter, which now has four stops.
Professional photographers covet Leica cameras, which are ultra-high-end gear. They're known as the Ferraris or Bugattis of the camera world, and it's a well-deserved title. Leica is known for heirloom-quality craftsmanship, near-peerless optics, and astronomically high prices. These cameras and lenses are more expensive than an engagement ring, but they are designed to last. They're also a bit of a snob's delight. For better or worse, most Leica cameras have peculiar quirks that set them apart from the competition.
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With a prime lens and fast autofocus, the Leica Q2 is the only camera in its class to feature IP protective sealing, rating of 52, against dust and spray water.