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Swedish company Hasselblad makes some of the finest luxury mirrorless cameras | Source: Hasselblad

Capture the Best Moments With These Luxury Mirrorless Cameras

Thanks to the innovation of smartphone technology almost everyone has a portable camera in their pocket, but the quality of photography with a proper high-end camera is incomparable.

Representing the new wave of digital cameras, compact mirrorless systems are often simpler, lighter and more portable than traditional DLSR cameras but still offer high-end image quality. Nowadays due to the product’s popularity, brands are creating luxury mirrorless cameras with exquisite build quality and cutting-edge technology.

Whether you’re a professional or hobbyist, here’s a look at some of the best luxury mirrorless cameras on the market.

Leica SL2-S

It’s hard to go wrong with a camera from the brilliant German manufacturer. While visually resembling classic Leica film cameras, this mirrorless camera is packed with modern technology. It features a 24mp full-frame CMOS-BIS sensor, Maestro III processor, 4GB buffer memory and ISO sensitivity up to 100,000. It’s housed in a robust, minimal design that offers IP54 certified weather protection and is very easy to use.

Price: A$7,990 for the body

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Retro in design, but modern in features | Source: Leica

Hasselblad X1D II 50c

Crafted from a single block of premium machined aluminium, this mirrorless medium format camera is based on the award-winning design of the first generation. It’s lightweight and portable, packed with leading technology including a 50mp CMOS sensor, OLED electronic viewfinder, 0.87x magnification and built-in Wi-Fi and USB-C connection. The body is compatible with the XCD lens range and also has autofocus, autoexposure and colour solution technology.

Price: Around A$7,992 for the body

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This mirrorless camera is lightweight, but packs a heavy punch with its technology | Source: Hasselblad

Fujifilm GFX 100S

A smaller version of Fujifilm’s brilliant flagship GFX 100 model, this back-illuminated design combines fast aperture GF lenses to produce high-quality images. Inside the 900g camera, there’s a 102mp sensor, in-body image stabilisation, Bluetooth and great autofocus system powered by a Quad-core X-Processor 4 CPU. While this mirrorless camera is great for still images, it also thrives with movement where 4K capabilities create broadcast-quality videos.

Price: A$9,899 for the body

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This mirrorless camera is capable of creating broadcast worthy videos | Source: DigiDirect

Sony A1

Sony’s flagship mirrorless camera is one of the best all-round mirrorless digital cameras on the market offering good resolution, fast speed and high-quality video. Not only do you get a 50mp full-frame resolution with a 199MP Pixel Shift Multi Shooting mode and 30fps continuous shooting, it also provides brilliant video capabilities such as 8K video and 4K up to an impressive 120fps. It also features modern comforts such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and a very admirable 9.44m-dot electronic viewfinder. 

Price: $9,399 for the body

Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R

This full-frame mirrorless camera offers professional performance with a high-end build quality that’s compact and ergonomic, making it perfect for travel. Inside a 47mp CMOS sensor and high-res 5.7M-dot viewfinder deliver incredible quality images and a multi-shot high resolution mode delivers up to 187mp files. Panasonic’s 4K technology allows for brilliant video recording in UHD 4K up to 60p and 1/2 speed slow-motion settings. There’s also precise, high-speed autofocus and image stabilisation systems.

Price: Around A$4,905 for the body

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With a compact and ergonomic design, this mirrorless camera is great for travel | Source: The Verge

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