Tested pro cameras

Professional photographers make every effort to distinguish themselves. Especially for them, relatively small - and thus expensive - camera series have been made that distinguish themselves in quality of construction (extra heavy and big, dust- and water-resistant, shutter buttons for landscape and portrait modes), or with a larger number of megapixels, extremely high signal-to-noise ratio and dynamic range, or with a large number of images per second in combination with fast AF.

Pro camera's, sorted by by year and performance
Panasonic GH5
Year:2017
sensor:M43
Megapixels:20
Score:7.8
Nikon D5
Year:2016
sensor:FF
Megapixels:21
Score:8.3
Olympus OM-D E-M1 mk2
Year:2016
sensor:M43
Megapixels:20
Score:8.3
Sony A7R2
Year:2015
sensor:FF
Megapixels:43
Score:9.9
Sony A7S2
Year:2015
sensor:FF
Megapixels:12
Score:8.8
Canon 5Ds
Year:2015
sensor:FF
Megapixels:50
Score:8.3
Canon 5DsR
Year:2015
sensor:FF
Megapixels:50
Score:8.3
Nikon D810
Year:2014
sensor:FF
Megapixels:36
Score:9.3
Nikon D4S
Year:2014
sensor:FF
Megapixels:16
Score:8.3
Samsung NX1
Year:2014
sensor:APSC
Megapixels:28
Score:8.3
Panasonic GH4
Year:2014
sensor:M43
Megapixels:16
Score:7.3
Olympus OM-D EM-1
Year:2013
sensor:M43
Megapixels:16
Score:7.3
Nikon Df
Year:2013
sensor:FF
Megapixels:16
Score:7.3
Canon 1D X
Year:2011
sensor:FF
Megapixels:18
Score:7.8
Nikon D3x
Year:2008
sensor:FF
Megapixels:24
Score:7.3

Ivo Freriks
Author: Ivo Freriks
With Camera Review Stuff I hope to make a modest contribution to the pleasure that you get from photography. By testing cameras and lenses in the same way, evluating the results and weighing up the pros and cons, I hope to help you find the right camera or lens.