Professional Photographers Swear By These Mirrorless APS-C Cameras

Small yet mighty, these Mirrorless APS-C cameras offer all a professional photographer could need.

Mirrorless APS-C cameras are absolute powerhouses these days. In fact, the quality of Mirrorless APS-C cameras has improved so much that many professional photographers pick them over other platforms. There is a growing belief that Mirrorless APS-C cameras fall into the goldilocks zone. This is because of their lightweight and incredible output. Modern APS-C cameras feature all of the technology that their bigger sensor brothers do at lower prices too. Here we will take a quick look at four Mirrorless APS-C cameras that can deliver professional results without their Full Frame counterparts’ huge price tags.

Captured with the Sony a6600

APS-C cameras used to be for consumers who wanted to step up from point and shoot cameras. Now, Mirrorless APS-C cameras are modern marvels. Today’s APS-C cameras are so good that they can be used by pros for many different photography genres. The Mirrorless APS-C cameras we have chosen for this roundup will blow your mind. All of them are built exceptionally well. They offer high-speed autofocus systems with excellent tracking and eye AF. They can shoot up to ISO 6400 easily, have excellent lens options, and are well priced. Don’t believe that you have to use Full Frame cameras to work in the industry. That’s simply not true. These Mirrorless APS-C cameras are more than enough for most photographers. Check out the four Mirrorless APS-C cameras we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to photographers who work in the field.

Fujifilm XT4

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In our review, we said:

“The Fujifilm X-T4 shares a lot of similarities with previous entries in the X-T line of cameras. Photographers with experience shooting earlier models will feel right at home when picking up the XT4. The addition of in-camera image stabilization, an articulating touchscreen, and a larger battery makes the X-T4 significantly more versatile than the outgoing models as well.”

Paul Ip – Former Reviews Editor
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Sony a6600

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In our review, we said:

“The Sony a6600 has Sony a9’s focusing abilities. To that end, it can track a subject very well. We tested this in a studio with a dancer. She was kept in focus pretty easily. More importantly, her face was in focus. When it wasn’t, it switched to her body. But no matter what, the Sony a6600 delivered very usable images.

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief
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Captured with the Fujifilm X-T4

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Fujifilm X Pro 3

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In our review, we said:

“Event and portrait photographers will appreciate the looks they can get in addition to the gorgeous image quality overall. Couple this with the quiet mechanical shutter or the silent electronic shutter, and you’ve got a great camera. Then when photojournalists need to bring it out into the rain or rough environments, they’ll be able to trust that the gear works.”

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief
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Nikon Z50

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In our review, we said:

“The Nikon Z50 has blown my mind when it comes to high ISO performance. I was shooting ISO 6400 for fun and had no concerns about image quality. I even shot at ISO 25,600 and was stunned at the amount of detail the images were retaining. Will you see some color noise as these high ISOs? Yes, of course, but just behold the glory of high ISO images from the Nikon Z50.”

Brett Day – Gear Editor
ISO 6400
ISO 25,600

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