Sony’s new entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera is a regular little powerhouse.
Mirrorless cameras follow a similar principle to DSLRs – you view the scene through the camera lens as you take the shot, not through a separate viewfinder. The difference is that mirrorless cameras don't have a mirror (uh, obviously) to reflect the image up into the viewfinder. Instead, the image passes straight to the sensor at the back of the camera which feeds a 'live view' to the rear LCD or an electronic viewfinder.
Fujifilm goes pro, taking its X-mount APS-C cameras into the professional arena with a whole new product line.
The OM-D E-M1 Mark II gets the most new features, but the other two get some worthwhile tweaks too.
Canon’s serious about it EOS M mirrorless cameras, and the new M50 looks like it could offer the right balance between power, features and price.