The best mirrorless cameras

The Nikon Z6 is the Japanese company’s answer to Sony’s stellar A7 III and even beats it in some areas, especially video. It delivers crisp, full-frame 4K, but unlike its rival, outputs 10-bit, 4:2:2 video for maximum dynamic range. It features 5-axis in-body stabilization, has excellent low-light capability and delivers sharp, color-accurate images. Nikon currently has five Z-mount lenses, including three zooms and two primes, but you can buy a $250 adapter that gives you access to decades of F-mount DSLR lenses. The Z6’s single XQD card slot is a mark against it, however, and the autofocus is slow in continuous-tracking mode.

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