DPReview TV: Entry-Level APS-C Mirrorless Cameras (Canon EOS M50, Sony a6000, Fujifilm X-T100)

DPReview TV: Entry-Level APS-C Mirrorless Cameras (Canon EOS M50, Sony a6000, Fujifilm X-T100)



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Are you looking for a good entry level camera? In this week’s episode of DPReview TV we take a look at three entry-level APS-C mirrorless models, the Canon EOS M50, Sony a6000, and Fujifilm X-T100. Which one should you get? Chris and Jordan walk us through the pros and cons of each to help you make the best decision based what’s most important to you.

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20 thoughts on “DPReview TV: Entry-Level APS-C Mirrorless Cameras (Canon EOS M50, Sony a6000, Fujifilm X-T100)”

  1. Canon rocks.What's the point of spending 500 on camera Fuji that can't focus (video) or keeping it in track .Looks are worthless when it does not function.Its not a jewelry! Sony? I am waiting for touchscreen and swirling screen which is useful when taking selfies. Canon wins and does have fantastic skin tones and crisp images.My $$ is on M50

  2. Fuji XT100 or A6000?

    Will be used for travel photography and a few video snippets. Which would you recommend to be my best pick?

  3. Does a Canon M50 features into a Fuji xt100 case exist? I find Canon's aesthetic so ugly, but on the other hand the Fuji isn't a big deal. That autofocus issue made me rethink about my future purchase

  4. Good job. But every time I think about Fuji, I'm put off by the cost of the lenses. For example, the 18-135 (X mount) is about $300-$400 more than the Nikon 18-140. Why?

  5. great reviews and comparison! i would have loved it if you had used the a5100 instead of the a6000. specially for video!

  6. This review has it all. The information, the analysis, the beginners point of view, the disturbing terminator-T1000-Jordan running towards you, the cutest baby b-roll ever, the not-cute-at-all-Chris-between-sunflowers, the man vs nature plot and finnally, the underdog wining the crown. It's a rollercoaster. The best one.

  7. Which one better for video making Canon M50 or Canon 200D?
    I heard M50 has less runtime in terms of battery backup when compared to 200D!
    What is your take on this?!

  8. . . . or cameras for folks that are experienced but don't feel like throwing lot's for money at their equipment!

  9. Good review.

    I'm going to buy it after researching other cameras of similar functionalities. I am using Sony RX10 (first version). It's good. But, my wife finds it too heavy to shoot and refuses to share the fun of photo-shooting/traveling with me, and with it. So, have to turn to lighter ones. RX10 also does not have the articulating screen; not to mention the touch screen, even though it has a larger aparture at 2.8 and longer zoom range.

    This M50 sells now in Hong Kong at HK$3,900 (US$500) with the kit lense 15-45 for the white colour model; $50 (US$6.5) more for the black colour model. I will choose the black one thinking it's more mature for a guy like me at age 60. At this age, can't do too much low angel shooting without pain in the spine. So, with the articulating screen, this little guy should work good for me, and my wife. Hope that I am on the right track of extending my shooting and travelling life with my wife. Cheers!

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