Entry level full frame mirrorless
Full frame mirrorless cameras are trendy in photography right now. Canon and Nikon offer intriguingly different entry-level cameras but there is no such competition between Nikon and Canon as there is no real Nikon competitor of Canon M200. This crop sensor entry-level mirrorless camera offers an ISO range from 100 to 25 600, 24 MP resolution, internal flash , and 6 fps continuous shooting.
There is another Canon EOS RP camera which is designed to be simple, affordable, compact and and we especially consider its fully vari-angle rear screen.
It has technologies that cannot be found in previous DSLR cameras, such as built-in WiFi, a touchscreen, and Bluetooth.
On the other hand Nikon had just the Nikon Z6 – a powerful camera for experts, more advanced users, and pros. It has in-body stabilization, continuous shooting up to 12fps, full width oversampled 6K-to-4K video, and more.
Get the Canon if you are looking for an easy and cheap introduction to full frame mirrorless,. If you want more features then go for the Nikon Z5.
Mid-range Mirrorless Cameras
Camera bodies of both offer an APS-C sensor, Bluetooth, an adjustable LCD screen, and WiFi connection, a touchscreen, and webcam function. But there are some features in which Z50 wins over the M6 Mark II.
It has a significant number i.e. 209 of focus points, and Canon has 143. It has twice as wide an ISO range, weatherproof sealing, and longer flash coverage.
Top-end Mirrorless Cameras
There are different categories in the area of top mirrorless cameras.
The EOS RP leads the full-frame mirrorless cameras market. In the enthusiast department, Canon R6 and Nikon Z6 have competition. The Z6 sensor, handling system, and price are better. On the other hand, Canon R6 provides better low-light management and video shooting opportunities.
Nikon is leading in both of these categories with the release of Z7II and Z6 II.
A Real-World Comparison
Nikon and Canon both have their strongholds in different target markets. Here, we will go through the areas where the two brands differ from each other.
Autofocus is the main and differencing point between the two brands. InCanon, all the EOS lenses have autofocus. On the other hand, Nikon AF-S lenses have autofocus only.
However, Nikon has their manual lenses, which are compatible with their DSLR cameras also and it is not applicable in Canon.