These High-Resolution Cameras Easily Capture All of Life’s Small Details

Capturing immense detail in your landscapes or picking up small details in product and fashion photography is easy with high-resolution cameras.

High-resolution cameras have come into their own over the last couple of years. Cameras with high megapixel sensors used to be hard to come by. Now, they’re everywhere. The great thing about this is that these high-resolution cameras can be relatively affordable due to the sheer number of options out there. If you need a camera that can capture an immense amount of detail in your landscape shots, or if you need to capture intricate details in product, portrait, or fashion photography, these are the cameras for you. After the break, we’ll take a quick look at five high-resolution cameras that will make capturing small detail as easy as 1,2,3.

Panasonic S1R

High-Resolution Cameras

In our review, we said:

“You’ll be delighted to see how wonderful the image quality from the Panasonic S1R is. These RAW files are every bit as versatile as those from the previous generation of Sony camera bodies with a 40+ MP sensor. Capture One Pro renders the RAW files to be very useful for portrait and landscape photographers (who I believe this camera may really be targeted to).”

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief
High-Resolution Cameras

Buy now: $3,697.99

Canon EOS R5

High-Resolution Cameras

In our review, we said:

“It does everything that photographers want it to do. If you want good colors, this camera boasts that ability. Need good dynamic range? The Canon EOS R5 delivers if you just know how to meter a scene. If you’re looking for fantastic autofocus, we can’t find a major fault with the Canon EOS R5 within reason. The camera can take so much abuse and keep snapping images. Not only is the camera reliable, but it’s also very capable. I’d gladly make it my main camera.”

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief
High-Resolution Cameras

Buy now: $3,899

Fujifilm GFX 100

High-Resolution Cameras

In our review, we said:

“This camera is great for landscape photographers. Photographers who deal with commercial and fashion photography who perhaps want a little more freedom from their tripod from time to time, and for those who demand the very best image quality.”

Brett Day – Gear Editor
High-Resolution Cameras

Buy now: $9,999

Pro Tip: These high-resolution cameras are fantastic. Still, if you have never used one before, the RAW files’ size might come as a shock. You really need to be prepared to deal with the incredible amounts of data they will produce. Make sure you’re carrying extra SD cards. UHS-II and CFexpress cards are common in these premium cameras, so stock up on them, keep extra cards in your camera bag, and be prepared to use them.

Leica SL2

High-Resolution Cameras

In our review, we said:

“The Leica SL2 is a camera that landscape photographers, cityscape shooters, portrait photographers, and the documentary photographers that slow down will truly appreciate. Every RAW file sings with information in it. Lots of highlight and shadow details can be recovered from them. Additionally, it handles noise very well overall.”

Chris Gampat – Editor In Chief
High-Resolution Cameras

Buy now: $5,995

Sony A7R IV

High-Resolution Cameras

In our review, we said:

“The Sony A7R IV is a remarkable Swiss army knife of a camera that comes packed with features that will benefit many professional photographers. The Sony A7R IV’s 61MP BSI sensor surpasses even those found in select Medium Format cameras on the market, making the Sony A7R IV the pound for pound resolution king at the moment when it comes to dollars to megapixel ratio.”

High-Resolution Cameras

Buy now: $3,498

Brett Day

Brett Day is the Gear Editor at The Phoblographer and has been a photographer for as long as he can remember. Brett has his own photography business that focuses on corporate events and portraiture. In his spare time, Brett loves to practice landscape and wildlife photography. When he's not behind a camera, he's enjoying life with his wife and two kids, or he's playing video games, drinking coffee, and eating Cheetos.