Pent-up demand, supply chain issues and inflation may have pushed up the price of digital cameras lately, but you can still get a decent mirrorless camera set-up for a reasonable price. Late last year we shared the eight best mirrorless cameras you can buy for under $1000, now here’s another buying guide with the six best mirrorless cameras for under $2000 if you have a little extra spending power.
Once again, these selections come from our colleagues at Imaging Resource, Digital Photo‘s sister site, which recently posted a comprehensive guide to the “best enthusiast mirrorless cameras for around $2000 in 2022.” While Imaging Resource chose nine enthusiast cameras that range in price of up to $2500 in their story, we’ve whittled down the selections to the under $2K sweet spot.
“If you’re in the market for upgrading your camera, whether you’re someone ready to move up beyond their entry-level camera or you’re a seasoned hobbyist looking to upgrade your kit, let our new recommendation list guide you in your purchasing decisions,” Imaging Resource wrote.
Fujifilm X-T4 ($1699)
“The Fujifilm X-T4 is amazing on multiple fronts by being both an all-around fantastic camera and an excellent value,” Imaging Resource writes. “The X-T4 hits all the high points of a remarkably versatile enthusiast-level camera: excellent image quality, performance, AF, physical design, and features. What really shocked us, though, was its price. At just $1700, the X-T4 is a lot of camera for the money!”
Read Imaging Resource‘s full review of the Fujifilm X-T4 here.
Nikon Z6 II ($1996)
“The camera combines classic and comfortable Nikon design, with excellent controls, good grip and a durable, weather-sealed construction. All qualities that we love to see in an enthusiast-class camera. Under the hood, the Z6 II gains a second image processor, which improves AF performance, burst shooting speeds, and better video features, including 4K 60p.Whether you’re a still photographer or a video creator, the Nikon Z6 II is a versatile camera that’s designed to appeal to many types of subjects.”
Read Imaging Resource‘s full review of the Nikon Z6 II here.