Best Sony Cameras

Sony has a wide range of cameras – everything from affordable compact cameras to high-end professional models. Whatever you choose, we’re here to help you find the best Sony cameras for you. In addition to its own line of cameras, Sony makes many of the image sensors found in other manufacturers’ digital cameras. In its recent history, it was the first to market several innovations, including the first full-frame cameras without mirrors, which are now highly respected and feature several different lines.

In an attempt to counter Sony’s success, competitors have followed suit. Canon and Nikon introduced their own full-frame mirrorless options last year, but with several generations of experience, it is Sony that continues to win favor with amateur and professional users alike.

Best Sony Cameras

With such a wide offer, we help you with your purchase decision by selecting and recommending the best Sony cameras you can buy now.

1. Sony A7 III

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Sony a7 III ILCE7M3/B Full-Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera with 3-Inch LCD, Black

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$1,698.00 $1,998.00

It may not have the blazing speed of the Sony A9 II or the ultra-high resolution of the A7R IV, but the Sony A7 III takes many of the best features of these more expensive models and puts them in a more affordable package. Key features include a highly efficient 696-point AF system and a 5-axis image stabilization system that promises 5 EV compensation. There’s a 24.2MP back-illuminated image sensor coupled with the latest generation image processor, and both offer an amazing tonal range and allow very high ISO settings.

The A7 III achieves a frame rate of 30 frames per second but uses the full width of the sensor without any cropping factor to capture high quality oversampled 4K images. It features an S-Log mode for high dynamic range scenes and subsequent color calibration, as well as a fast and efficient AF system. If you don’t like the DSLR-style design, there’s also the new Sony A7C, but we’re not yet convinced that it brings something new to the table. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

2. Sony A7R Mark IV

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Sony α7R IV Full-frame Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera (ILCE7RM4/B)

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The “R” models of the Sony A7 series cameras are designed primarily for resolution – and the Sony A7R Mark IV camera certainly meets this requirement. The previous A7R Mark III set the standard for some time, but it has recently been surpassed (by a small margin) by the Nikon Z 7 and the Panasonic Lumix S1R. The A7R addresses this – and how – with a record-breaking 61-megapixel sensor that offers the highest resolution of any full-format camera.

The rendering of detail is spectacular, although it may not be as obvious as the numbers might suggest, and the layout of Sony’s controls is starting to look outdated and complicated compared to what Nikon and Panasonic have done with their new models. Nevertheless, thanks to its superb Eye AF system, its 10 frames per second continuous shooting (yes, with 61 Mpx!) and its 4K movies, the Sony A7R Mark IV is now the high-resolution professional camera to beat, and some might say the best Sony camera so far.

3. Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VII

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Sony RX100 VII Premium Compact Camera with 1.0-type stacked CMOS sensor (DSCRX100M7)

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$1,198.00 $1,298.00

It’s crazy to think that this is the seventh iteration of Sony’s RX100 series, but when you consider the popularity of this line over the years, it’s perhaps not hard to understand why. These models are traditionally very expensive but give you the best picture quality you can put in a pocket. The last two versions of the RX100 have seen a longer lens than ever – and the same goes for the RX100 VII, with a 24-200mm lens reappearing from the RX100 VI.

We also have a tilting touch screen, as well as an electronic viewfinder that can be inserted into the camera body for better readability when you don’t need it. Sony likes to show exactly what it can do with its latest technology, and to that end, we have an amazingly ridiculous 90 fps burst speed (a much more reasonable 20 fps gives you full AF/AE tracking). Other improvements have been made in the form of video performance modifications, including the addition of a microphone input jack. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

4. Sony Cyber-shot HX400V

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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX400 Digital Camera Bundle. Value Kit with Accessories

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The HX400V is a fairly old model now, but if your budget is limited and you want a superzoom option, it’s worth considering it. In addition to its 50x optical zoom, it features a 1/2.3-inch sensor, a 3-inch tilting rear screen, and a 0.2-inch eye-level viewfinder. There are a few compromises to consider – for example, quite poor battery life, no 4K video shooting, and no touch sensitivity, but you won’t find many better options if you need a bridge camera at this price level. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

5. Sony Alpha A6400

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Sony Alpha a6400 Mirrorless Camera: Compact APS-C Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera with...

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The A6400’s lack of internal stabilization and headphone jacks can make the A6400 feel under-equipped for video recording. But its excellent image quality (smooth motion, impressive levels of detail), rugged magnesium alloy construction, affordable price, and most importantly, its superb advanced autofocus system make it an ideal candidate for most 4K cameras. Autofocus, which includes excellent tracking of eyes and faces in real life, makes video and still images much easier to shoot, especially if you frequently film other people – or yourself.

Sony’s A6600, the top-of-the-line model in the range, retains many of the features and functions of the A6400 but adds internal stabilization, a headphone jack, and longer battery life. We’ll be looking at whether this model is worth the price, but for now, the A6400 is our choice at Sony. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

6. Sony Cyber-shot RX10 IV

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Sony Cyber‑Shot RX10 IV with 0.03 Second Auto-Focus & 25x Optical Zoom...

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$1,598.00 $1,698.00

If your budget allows it, the RX10 IV is undoubtedly the best bridge camera currently available on the market – and not only from Sony. You have a zoom equivalent to 24-600 mm, coupled with a large, high-performance one-inch sensor. The installation is quite cumbersome but compared to carrying a camera and a set of lenses, it’s a decent option for photographers on the go who need something for all kinds of situations. In addition to fantastic photo quality, you also get great video recording.

In addition, you get a touch screen, an excellent viewfinder, and a very good grip. The 5-axis image stabilization is very handy when using a long lens, but there is a slight vignetting at the end of the frame. It is possible to take pictures in raw or JPEG format, while a full range of shooting options is available for enthusiastic photographers. Bulky and expensive – yes – but sometimes you get your money’s worth. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

7. Sony Alpha a6600

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Sony Alpha A6600 Mirrorless Camera

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Sony’s Alpha a6600 is the successor to the old, but still brilliant, a6500, and brings features such as 5-axis image stabilization inside the body, 4K video recording at 60 frames per second, and a compact but rugged magnesium alloy body that is protected against dust and mist. The a6600 has the same 24.2MP sensor as its predecessor, but now features a faster processor, a wider ISO range (100-32,000), and AI-compatible eye autofocus for both still and movie shooting. In addition, the a6600’s battery life of 720 shots is double that of the a6500. While we recommend that you carry a spare battery, it’s good to know that the a6600 will last much longer. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

8. Sony Cyber-shot RX0 II

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Sony RX0 II 1” (1.0-type) Sensor Ultra-Compact Camera

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With the claim to be the smallest and lightest high-end camera in the world, this small second-generation model based on a one-inch sensor can now boast of being able to film in 4K. In addition to being super small, it is also waterproof and crush resistant, which puts it right in the action camera field. In addition to the 15.3 megapixel Exmor RS CMOS sensor, you get a 24mm f/4 Zeiss Tessar T* fixed wide-angle lens, a shutter speed of 1/32,000 seconds, and 16 fps shooting.

Other useful features include eye AF, a tilting LCD screen, and a soft skin effect mode. Finally, the fact that the kit version comes with a VCT-SGR1 shooting handle for additional stabilization is something we really appreciate. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

9. Sony A7S III

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Sony NEW Alpha 7S III Full-frame Interchangeable Lens Mirrorless Camera

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It may have been a long wait, but it seems to have been worth it. The Sony A7S III is the mirrorless camera that does what only professional movie cameras can do, i.e. filming in 4K at 60p without cropping, recording it internally, in 10-bit 4:2:2, and with no recording time limit. It may not have the 6K or 8K resolutions of other manufacturers’ cameras, but what it does, it does it exceptionally well.

The other half of the A7S’s image is its legendary low-light performance, and the A7S III is a camera that can more or less see in the dark with its maximum ISO ceiling of 409,600. Pure photo enthusiasts will probably be put off by the low resolution, but if you’re interested in video, this is one of the best cameras you can buy. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

10. Sony A6000

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Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera 24.3MP SLR Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD...

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$484.99 $548.00

Although it is now almost six years old, the A6000 is still one of Sony’s best cameras for beginners. Sony still manufactures it, so it will not disappear in the foreseeable future. It also undercuts the newer models A6100, A6400, and A6600 in price. With the design of the compact camera in APS-C format and access to Sony’s interchangeable lenses, it is a small body that makes a big impact. The resolution of the 24.3MP image sensor is very good, although the 1,440k dot resolution of the electronic viewfinder is somewhat weak by today’s standards, and the tiltable 921k dot screen also feels quite cramped.

It lacks the ability to record 4K movies, and it doesn’t have the high-tech AF of Sony’s latest A6000 series cameras, but if you can live without it, the solid build quality, image quality, continuous shooting, and autofocus performance are better than you would ever expect from its price. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

11. Sony A9 Mark II

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Sony a9 II Mirrorless Camera: 24.2MP Full Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Digital...

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The Sony A9 II is the fastest and fiercest full-frame sports camera we’ve ever used. Its blazing speed and autofocus performance are matched only by its phenomenal connectivity, which promises to be a game-changer for professional shooters. We would have liked to see Sony implement something similar to Olympus’ Pro Capture feature so that we never miss the critical moment. However, if our most damning criticism is that the A9 II is too fast for us to keep up, then surely this is just a mission accomplished for Sony.

Mirrorless cameras still have a lot to prove in the professional sports photography market, where DSLR titans like the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III and the new Nikon D6 seem to be on the way to dominating for some time to come, but the Sony A9 and A9 II have convinced more than one professional that mirrorless cameras can (and will!) compete here as well. Overall, this is one of the best Sony cameras right now.

12. Sony Alpha A9

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Sony a9 Full Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera (Body Only) (ILCE9/B),Black

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It’s a camera that takes advantage of the idea that only DSLRs can handle fast actions. With its silent shooting capacity of 20 frames/second – without any blackouts – it’s virtually impossible to miss a moment with the A9. You also benefit from an integrated 5-axis anti-vibration system and a fast autofocus system that lets you follow the action. Battery life is something DSLRs don’t beat. The official score of 480 shots is modest, but having one or two extra batteries shouldn’t be a breaking point.

We also like the 4K video recording, the very high-resolution electronic viewfinder, and excellent handling. The A9 has recently been replaced by the A9 II. More a refinement than a simple refresh, we keep the A9 on the best Sony cameras list for the moment because of its better price.

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