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Nikon Z50 vs Canon EOS M6 Mark II vs Sony A6400 vs Fuji X-T30 – Comparison

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Let’s look at this quick comparison between Nikon Z50 vs Canon EOS M6 Mark II vs Sony A6400 vs Fuji X-T30. What all four mirrorless cameras have in common is that they have a retail price of $1000. Of course, with what features they stand out against these common price characteristics; we wanted to show it as a table below.

Nikon Z50 is the first generation APS-C mirrorless camera compared to Canon EOS M6 Mark II which is 2nd generation, Fuji X-T30 a third gen and fourth generation of Sony A6400. So how the Nikon‘s new Z50 model showcases an image against its rivals in this first series.

Nikon Z50 has a 21MP BSI CMOS APS-C sensor (similar to what’s on the D500) with 209 phase detection AF pixels, ISO 100-51200, 11fps burst shooting, EXPEED 6 processor, 180-degree flip screen, 2360k-dot EVF, 4K UHD video recording at 30p, and a 395g body. Unlike the Z6 and Z7, the Z50 does not have in-body image stabilization. More on the Nikon Z50 official announcement.

Check out the Nikon Z50 vs Canon EOS M6 Mark II vs Sony A6400 vs Fuji X-T30 comparison below.

Nikon Z50 vs Canon EOS M6 Mark II vs Sony A6400 vs Fuji X-T30

Nikon Z50 Canon EOS M6
Mark II
Sony a6400 FujiFilm
X-T30
Pixel count 21MP 32MP 24MP 26MP
Sensor size APS-C
(369mm2)
APS-C
(332mm2)
APS-C
(367mm2)
APS-C
(367mm2)
Image stabilization Lens only
(+ digital in video)
Lens only
(+ digital in video)
Lens only
(+ digital in video)
Lens only
(+ digital in video)
Max frame rate 11 fps
5 fps (with LV)
14 fps @ 31MP
(30 fps Raw bursts @ 31MP)
11 fps
8 fps (with LV)
20 fps (e-shutter)
8 fps (mech)
EVF res. (mag) 2.36M-dot (0.68x) Optional
2.36M-dot
(unspecified)
2.36M-dot
(0.71x)
2.36M-dot
(0.62x)
Sync Speed 1/200 1/200 1/160 1/180
Video rate UHD/30p or 24p UHD/30p UHD/30p or 24p UHD/30p or 24p
Video crop 1.5x Full width (binned) Full width 24p
1.2x crop 30p
Full width (o/sampled)
Log capture No
(‘Flat’ profile 8-bit)
No S-Log 2 / 3, ‘HLG’ (8-bit) F-Log
(8-bit internal)
(10-bit HDMI)
Mic Socket Yes Yes Yes Yes (2.5mm)
Headphone socket No No No Via USB 3.0
adapter
CIPA Battery rating (LCD/EVF) 320 / 280 305 / 250 410 / 360 380 /
Dimensions 127 x 94 x 60mm 120 x 70 x 49mm 120 x 67 x 60mm 118 x 83mm x 47mm
Weight 450g
(15.9 oz)
398g
(14.0 oz)
403g
(14.3 oz)
383g
(13.5 oz)
MSRP
(With kit zoom)
$1000
(16-50mm F3.5-6.3 VR)
$1100
(15-45mm F3.5-6.3 IS + EVF)
$1000
(16-50 F3.5-5.6 OSS)
$1000
(15-45mm F3.5-5.6 OIS)

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