What cameras do professionals use
Big camera comparison: 8 professional cameras at a glance
Camera comparison for professionals | The following camera comparison is aimed at users who not only practice photography as a passionate hobby, but in most cases make a living from it. We will introduce you to the respective manufacturers individually, highlight the advantages and disadvantages and show you the latest models for professional photography. Ready for the crème de la crème?
Camera comparison: professional cameras
The best autofocus, the fastest processor, a high frame rate, protection against water and dust, this is what the respective top models from the manufacturers stand for. Professional cameras have to meet the highest demands, after all, you dig deep into your pocket for them. We present 8 professional cameras that we have put through their paces in our DigitalPHOTO test laboratory.
The cameras presented are beyond your budget? Do not worry! Here you will find 8 cameras for beginners.
Canon and Nikon currently offer the largest product portfolios, Fujifilm, Panasonic, Olympus and Sony have shown themselves to be more innovative in recent years.
- Lars Kreyssig, editor
The manufacturers at a glance
The Nikon system
Pro: Wide range of cameras and lenses, lots of accessories, only two bayonet connections (F, Z)
Cons: In some cases, there are not enough differences to the previous model when it comes to new products (e.g. D5500, D5600)
The Canon system
Pro: Extremely versatile and broadly based, extensive selection of lenses and accessories
Cons: Four bayonet connections (EF, EF-S, M, R), some of them slow in development (e.g. EOS R)
The Fujifilm system
Pro: Unique X-Trans sensor structure with its own "look", first-class lens constructions
Cons: So far only APS-C models, a model with a full-frame sensor is missing; therefor GFX medium format series
The Leica system
Pro: The Leica myth is alive and well and still has a strong charisma and fascination today
Cons: The price-performance ratio. All other manufacturers usually offer more for the money here
The Olympus system
Pro: Classic design, high-quality workmanship, very compact construction
Cons: The size of the Micro Four Thirds sensor has physical limitations
The Panasonic system
Pros: Great variety of functions in all models, innovative modes (e.g. 4K photo), price / performance
Cons: Only a comparatively short camera history, in 2018 Panasonic celebrated ten years of Lumix
The Pentax system
Pro: Pentax fulfills the needs of outdoor photographers. Including specialties such as the Astrotracer
Cons: In terms of image quality, Pentax usually lags behind comparable competitor models in the test laboratory. Small camera portfolio
The Sony system
Pro: High innovation density in practically all models. Market leader for mirrorless full format
Cons: Comparatively young history, the 7 series has only been on the market for five years. Mostly high purchase price
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