5 Luxurious Cameras That Ooze Quality and Performance

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A lot of gear roundups we do focus on affordable, feature-packed cameras. Those cameras are honestly more than enough for 99% of photographers. However, what if money was not a problem? What if some luxurious cameras were calling your name? We’re talking cameras that feature the most beautiful build materials, cameras from brands that are steeped in history and heritage, luxurious cameras that are meticulously designed and crafted. In this roundup, we’ll take a quick look at five of the best luxury Mirrorless cameras that money can buy right now. If we had deep enough pockets, these are the five Mirrorless luxurious cameras that would be high on our most-wanted list.

Leica SL2s

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In our review, we said:

“By and large, the Leica SL2s is the most rugged camera on the market for a working journalist. There’s no question about that one. It’s incredibly reliable, and I know that I’d be able to use it in any weather or environmental situation. It feels good in the hand. You’re getting a solid menu system. The lenses are wonderful. And best of all, the high ISO images are super clean.”

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief

Buy now: $4,895

Fujifilm GFX 50S

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In our review, we said:

“The Fujifilm GFX 50s is an absolutely fantastic camera in so many ways. It boasts the fastest medium format autofocus system that we’ve seen (to date) on top of some exemplary image quality. I argue that the lenses, when used with a flash, are even too sharp for portraiture. The camera also has weather sealing, versatility for viewfinder or LCD screen use, a lightweight body, fair battery life when shooting in just RAW, WiFi, and when used with the excellent 63mm f2.8 lens, isn’t that large.

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief

Buy now: $5,499

Hasselblad X1D II

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In our review, we said:

“The camera body itself is a single, machined piece of aluminum that exudes class and opulence. Every inch of this camera has been crafted to perfection. The dials and buttons feel great and offer positive feedback when pressed. The overall fit and finish are simply exquisite, and the textured grip feels terrific in the hands. The Hassy X1D II is weather sealed excellently as well. I had it with me when the heavens opened up for a brief period and encountered no worries or problems.”

Brett Day – Gear Editor
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Buy now: $5,750

Captured with the GFX 50S

Pro Tip: You might spend a ton of money on these luxurious cameras, but if you don’t know how to get the most out of them, they’ll be lost on you. Fortunately, some fantastic tutorials will help you get the most out of any camera. Practice what you learn from these tutorials and you’ll be creating world-class images in no time.

Leica M10-D

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In our review, we said:

“The Leica M10-D is a great camera for the photographer–not really for the video shooter or the photographer who sometimes needs to shoot video. However, for those of us who shoot stills, the Leica M10-D will make itself out to be not only a quiet camera but a great documentary tool in the right hands.”

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief
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Buy now: $7,499.95

Hasselblad 907X 50C

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In our review, we said:

“…I adore the JPEGs from the Hasselblad 907X 50C. When you get the exposure to your liking, the RAW files sing with color. Hobbyist and passionate photographers will greatly appreciate that. Since the camera has dual card slots, you can write JPEGs to one card and RAW files to another. Use the camera’s WiFi and beam them to your phone, then share them as you’re vacationing. And just think: this little camera can do that. This is an excellent camera if you’re an experienced photographer who yearns for top-tier quality just for fun.”

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief
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Buy now: $6,399