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The inevitable comparisons between the “Big 3” full frame mirrorless cameras have happened at DPreview, where they make their pick for the best full-frame mirrorless camera for various types of photographer needs.
All three cameras can produce excellent images but the Sony more readily adapts to a wider range of situations. The Nikon acquits itself well for certain types of photography, while also doing unexpectedly well at video, but the Z6 has the least dependable AF system of the trio, which counts against it. Canon has tried to make an easy-to-use camera, rather than simply mimicking its DSLRs, but, while we’re not fully convinced by the results of this first attempt, it’s still a very able camera. Read the full article
DPReview made their pick for the best full-frame mirrorless camera for different specialities such as portrait, sports and wildlife, landscape, wedding & event, and travel photography, as well as using the cameras for video.
Unfortunately, Canon didn’t win a single category in the eyes of DPReview, as the Sony a7 III ran away with all the categories other than landscape in which they tied the Nikon Z 6 as well as video, in which Nikon won with the Z 6.