If you were to compare the best APS-C cameras made by each of the big four manufacturers, which would come out on top? This useful video digs through the specifications and performance to help you find out.
Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake of DPReview TV have done an in-depth comparison of the Canon M6 II, Sony a6600, Fujifilm X-T4, and Nikon Z 50 to help anyone pondering a purchase. All of these are superbly capable cameras, each with its advantages and disadvantages. For example, the Sony a6600 might have two displays that perform the worst, but this is also part of why its battery life is vastly superior to the other three cameras.
Lens choice is perhaps another area to take into consideration when making a decision, with Sony having a vast array of options available at a wide range of prices, sizes, and levels of performance. This is helped massively by the number of third-party manufacturers, such as Sigma, Tamron, and Samyang, and while many aren’t designed specifically for APS-C sensors, something like the Samyang AF 35mm f/2.8 (currently discounted by $180 to $219) is an affordable, compact prime that won’t feel out of place on the a6600, even though it’s made with full frame cameras in mind.
Which would be your choice? Let us know in the comments below.