Best Mirrorless Camera Over £1000 (UK)

Best Mirrorless Camera (UK) Over £1000

4th October 2018 £1,399.00 The Fujifilm X-T3 is the best APS-C mirrorless camera on the market, whether you're a photographer, videographer or a mixture of both. Read the Review.

1st October 2018 £3,399.00 For a first iteration of a brand new system and mount, the Nikon Z7 is really quite remarkable – it’s a truly exciting time in the market and it feels like Nikon has got it right this time. Read the Review.

26th March 2018 £1,999.00 The Sony A7 III is quite simply the best camera available at its price-point. It's good enough to tempt some people to stretch their budget further, and even good enough for some to save money by not having to look higher up the range. It may be "basic" in its current positioning at the bottom of the Sony full-frame line-up, but it's definitely outstanding in all other regards. Read the Review.

2nd March 2018 £1,699.00 ...the X-H1 is another in a long line of excellent Fujifilm cameras, which for many people will be a natural fit... Read the Review.

31st January 2018 £2,199.00 The Panasonic Lumix GH5S is a specialist tool that isn't going to appeal to everyone, but stills photographers and especially looking videographers looking for the ultimate low-light camera will find a lot to like. Read the Review.

23rd January 2018 £3,200.00 ​The A7R III is the most well-balanced Sony camera to date, offering a compelling mix of resolution, speed and size that also makes it one of the best cameras that we've ever reviewed, be that mirrorless or DSLR. Read the Review.

30th November 2017 £1,499.00 ​The Lumix G9 is the most well-specified, well-built and well-rounded Panasonic mirrorless camera to date, offering a long list of mouth-watering features with performance and image quality to back them up. This is one camera that can handle almost everything that you'd care to throw at it... Read the Review.

3rd July 2017 £4,500.00 ...the Sony A9's sheer speed makes it a serious rival to the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II and Nikon D5, two well-established cameras that have long dominated the sports/action segment of the professional market. The fact that the A9 out-performs both of those cameras in certain ways is testament to how far Sony have come in a very short space of time. Read the Review.