And the winner is..... Well you won't get that from me. Quite simply because I don't think there is one. And if you're considering any of these cameras and / or deciding which one to go for then in many ways I'm not going to be much help. Other than, of course, suggesting that you may well be happy with any of the three. Unfortunately there is no likelihood of a perfect camera ever appearing. A sensor / camera combination with the image quality of an A7r, the high ISO performance of the Fuji X series and the video quality of the GH3 would be something to behold, but we will have to dream on for that.
I would say that I currently have the GH3 and A7 on sale at ebay. But then I'm keeping the A7r and GX7 so it's not as though I'm leaving the format. So it's fair to say that of the three cameras my default preference because it's the only one I'm keeping is the X-T1. But thinking this through and writing it down makes me realise just how good our options currently are. And I would add that I see all of these as cameras first and mirrorless cameras second. All of them are capable of doing a job for me. And if you are a regular reader with an insight into the way that I write, you will have realised long before now that that is the real point of this post.
Please Respect That
N.B. to see more on the cameras and lenses featured in this post click on the relevant labels (tags and keywords) at the bottom of this post.
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