The mirrorless camera, or compact system camera (CSC), lets you change lenses, as well as providing DSLR sized sensors with DSLR image quality in a much more compact camera body. With a rapid refresh cycle, there is a number of new cameras introduced each year, with many offering innovative new features. Here we highlight the best advanced Compact System Cameras with a built-in electronic viewfinder (EVF).
Click the camera names to read our full reviews of these cameras to see how they have scored, as well as the pros and cons of each model.
Here we highlight the best of the bunch, starting with Number 1:
1. Sony Alpha A7R Mark II
The 42.4 megapixel Sony Alpha A7R Mark II offers a backlit full-frame CMOS sensor, 4K video recording, 5-axis sensor based image stabilisation, ISO50 to ISO102400, 5fps continuous shooting, and a tilting 3inch screen. There is a large, high-resolution electronic viewfinder (2.36m dots), and built-in Wi-Fi.
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