The best cameras for photography in 2021 has been tested thoroughly in a lot of real-world settings to make sure it deserves to be on the list.
Best Cameras for Photography
If you are not sure where to start, you can check out the guide below so you will know what to look for when buying a camera.
The Fujifilm X-T4 is one of the best APS-C cameras, according to TechRadar. It offers the best blend of size, features, and value for most photographers.
The X-T4 has Fujifilm's very impressive foundation as it has in-body image stabilization or IBIS, faster burst shooting, and some very successful design changes.
Aside from its impressive skills, it has a bigger battery, which lets you take up to 500 shots per charge. It also has improved autofocus, which is fast and reliable.
The X-T4's 26MP APS-C sensor is ideal for still photography. But the X-T4 is also a great video camera. The IBIS feature is considered a massive bonus, and the camera backs it up with a massive range of tools.
This includes a great touchscreen and its great range of X-series lenses that make a great and smaller alternative for those looking for a mirrorless all-rounder.
Canon EOS R6
The Canon EOS R6 is a more affordable full-frame alternative and is one of the best cameras out there, according to PCMag.
If you already have one of Canon's early mirrorless full-framers like the EOS R, or any of its DSLRs, this is a very worthy upgrade.
The EOS R6 brings great autofocus, an amazing in-body image stabilization system, and burst shooting powers that mark it out as a very fine camera for wildlife or sports photography.
Despite being able to shoot a 4K video, the EOS R6 lacks options. It does not have the ability to DCI 4K and has overheating issues compared to its rivals like the Sony A7S III.
But for photography, it is an excellent option that delivers hugely impressive autofocus, features, and handling that make it one of the best ones around for those who need a full-frame camera.
Canon EOS R5
The Canon EOS R5 has impressive video features, and it is one of the best cameras that Canon has ever made. There is no doubt that it has video limitations compared to a rival like the Sony A7S III, particularly for shooting longer videos.
For those looking to shoot amazing stills in any situation, whether that is studio work or wildlife, it has impressive features that will give you the results that you want, according to ZDNet.
The autofocus feature offers very accurate and reliable subject detection and tracking, particularly when it comes to animals or people.
The camera also has a superb 5.76-million pixel EVF. This body design will be familiar to those who are used to DSLRs for photography, and it has the ability to burst at 12fps with the mechanical shutter or 20fps with the electronic equivalent.
The video performance remains superior to the likes of the Sony A9 II and Nikon Z7, even though it is limited to relatively short bursts.
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Written by Sophie Webster