Sony a6400 vs Canon EOS M50
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Sony a6400 vs Canon EOS M50

The Canon EOS M50 is the other obvious rival to the Sony. It's been around longer so is less expensive and fits into a system with even fewer native lenses than the a6400 but, like the Sony, it's an unstabilized APS-C mirrorless camera with a built-in viewfinder.

The Canon's main appeal is that it's comfortable and easy to use. Its AF performance and usability isn't in the same league as the Sony, and its cropped 4K video is distinctly soft by comparison. But, despite a sensor with less dynamic range for Raw shooters, its JPEG output is very pleasant. So, while it falls behind in just about every regard, it's still a likeable option if you just want a small, easy-to-use camera that takes good photos.