Choosing a Mirrorless Camera
Given that a mirrorless camera system largely determines image-quality by sensor-size and versatility by its lens lineup, choosing a mirrorless camera by its system first is easiest. Head to the second page of this guide for detailed descriptions of each mirrorless system. For reference, here is how sensor-sizes used by each system compares:
|Micro Four-Thirds||Sony NEX||Fuji X||Nikon 1||Canon M||Sony SLT||Pentax K||Pentax Q|
Select a Mirrorless System from the menu below to see all its current cameras.
Hasselblad X1D-50c 2016-06-22UnratedElectronic View FinderHigh ISO: ISO 6400 or more is available at full-resolution.Full 1080p HD Video: 1920 x 1080 resolution or more but less than 4K.Manual Controls: Both fully-manual (M) and semi-automatic modes (T and V).Custom White-Balance: Specifies exactly what should be white to the camera.Action Photography: Shutter speeds of 1/1500 or more.Night Photography: Reaches shutter-speeds longer than 4 seconds.Hotshoe: Allows external flash units to be attached.Spot MeteringDepth-Of-Field Preview: Improve perception of DOF before shooting.Weatherproof - Seals protect from dust, humidity and light splashing.Built-In GPSAccepts Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC), SDHC and SD memory.