Canon EOS R5, Sony A1, or Fujifilm GFX100s? A Battle of the Best

In Pro Camera Reviews, we recently looked closer at the Canon EOS EOS R5, Sony a1, and the Fujifilm GFX 100s.

There are three cameras competing to be king of the market right now. Those are from Sony, Canon and Fujifilm. The Canon EOS R5 is at a more affordable price point. The Sony a1 is pulling out all the stops. And the Fujifilm GFX 100S is bringing medium format to the masses. They’re all very good, and we discussed them in our recent episode of Pro Camera Reviews.

In This Episode:

Canon EOS R5, Sony a1, or Fujifilm GFX 100s: Which One?

Canon R5, Sony a1 or Fujifilm GFX 100s: Which One?: Canon, Sony, and Fujifilm are at the top of the innovation game right now. And we’re going to break down their three top cameras. We’ll weigh them by lens systems, autofocus, build quality, ease of use, image quality, and talk about their innovations. Hopefully, by the end, you’ll be able to make a more informed decision on which camera to buy. Yes, they’re all expensive. But let’s be honest, photography is an expensive hobby and profession!

On the Next Episode

Tamron 17-70mm f2.8 Di VC Review: Tamron has created what’s arguably one of the most innovative lenses this year. APS-C cameras and lenses need to try much harder to keep our attention. But so much of it is the same out there. This lens, however, is not. We’ve been testing it on the Sony a6600 for a while. and overall, we’re very impressed. It’s more than good enough for professional work. But the best thing about it is the image quality. In fact, it made us very nostalgic. If you’re an old-school Sony lover, you’ll like this! We’re excited to talk to you about this lens.

Why Smartphones Have Rightfully Claimed Such A Large Chunk of The Camera Market: We’ve all seen the headlines that lament smartphones and their impact on the camera market. Just this week, Canon said that they expect camera sales to be only 8.2% of the sales from 2010 when 121.5 million cameras were shipped. There seems to be a lot of crying going on about this but not a lot of innovation that could bring the masses back to dedicated cameras and lenses. Just this week, a new company has announced some exciting new lens technology for smartphones. A single element lens that’s as good as muli element lenses when it comes to controlling CA, increasing sharpness, and contrast. Honestly, this level of innovation is why smartphones are in the position they’re in. Join us as we talk about this and why camera manufacturers should be scared.

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Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.