12 Best Mirrorless Cameras In India (30K, 50K,1 Lakh)

Fujifilm X-T3 26.1 MP Mirrorless Camera

The Fujifilm X-T3 comes with a new and improved 26.1 MP sensor and uses the X-Processor 4 for faster image processing.

Fujifilm X-T3 mirrorless camera

The camera can record 4K videos at 30 FPS, 120 FPS slow-motion videos at 1080P, and also comes with a built-in WIFI and Bluetooth.

The camera offers 4K or HD video shooting support. So, you can enjoy shooting videos for your Insta stories.

Additionally, this camera offers continuous shooting of 30fps via the electronic shutter and in Live View of up to 60 fps with face and eye detection to precisely capture all the action.

Further, the camera offers a vivid 3-inch tilt touchscreen LCD and a 3.69-million-dot electronic viewfinder with a high magnification ratio of 0.75x.

It has various connectivity options like Dual UHS-II SD card slots, a USB C-type interface, an HDMI output, outputs to connect headphones and a mic, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

Lastly, it is available online for Rs 93,531.


  • 26.1mp x-trans CMOS 4 sensors.
  • Powerful processor(X-Processor 4 with Quad CPU).
  • Able to record 4k videos.
  • Also, do Continuous shooting of up to 60fps with AF.
  • 3-inch touchscreen LCD.
  • 80-51200 ISO range.
  • 3.69-million-dot electronic viewfinder.
  • Connectivity – SD card slots, a USB C-type interface, an HDMI output, a 3.5mm jack, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

Sony Alpha ILCE-6600

Sony Alpha ILCE 6600 is another mirrorless camera by Sony that can shoot incredible videos and take detailed images.

The advantage of the A6600 over other Sony cameras mentioned above is the in-body image stabilization. If you shoot lots of hand-held videos, this can be an advantage.

Sony alpha 6600

It features a 24.2-megapixel EXMOR CMOS sensor with outstanding light sensitivity and comes with the capability to shoot stunning 4K HDR videos. Also, it offers a burst speed of up to 11 fps with minimal display lag.

Additionally, You can record videos in slow motion (up to 5x), and quick motion (up to 60x) directly in the camera or use 120fps Full HD video to create high-quality slow-motion footage in post-production.

The camera has 5-axis stabilization that compensates for camera shake and ensures steadier still images and movies during hand-held shooting and also has a feature like animal tracking, allowing fast, precise, automatic detection and tracking of animal eyes and so on. Its ISO range of 100-32000.

Like Alpha A6500, this camera can also focus on 425 AF points for a better and more accurate focus on the subject in the frame.

Notably, the A6600 has a much bigger battery than Sony’s other affordable APS-C cameras.

The camera is equipped with an external microphone jack, giving you greater options for audio and the camera is available for Rs. 1,09,990 on Amazon and comes with an 18–135 mm Zoom Lens.


  • 24.2 MP EXMOR CMOS sensor.
  • Able to record 4k videos.
  • 425 Focusing points
  • 180-degree tilt LCD touchscreen
  • 100-32000 ISO range
  • Also has a 5-axis image stabilization
  • USB 2.0 and HDMI ports
  • Has WiFi and NFC support.
  • 810 Shots battery life

Best Mirrorless Cameras Over 1 lakh in India (Full Frame)

Most of the above-mentioned cameras come with a smaller APS-C sensor but the ones I am listing below have a full-frame sensor.

A bigger full-frame sensor gives the camera a better ISO performance and can shoot better in low light conditions with less noise.

There are a lot of Full Frame cameras and the topic is beyond the scope of this article, but here are my top two suggestions if you plan to go ahead with a Full Frame camera.

Sony A7 III Full-Frame Mirrorless

Sony a7 III is one of the best sellers for the company and comes with a Full-Frame sensor. The full-frame sensor can easily capture more lite than the APSC sensors on cameras like Sony A6500 or the A6400.

The look of the a7 III is also like other Sony cameras, and the body of the camera is made up of magnesium alloy that makes it lightweight and durable. It is also dustproof and moisture resistant.

Sony A7 III

It comes with a 24.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, a back-illuminated design, and an interchangeable lens.

One of the best things about the camera is its built-in 5-axis image stabilization. Moreover, the camera has a 693 phase-detection point and 425-points contrast-detect autofocus system capable of shooting up to 10 FPS with AFC.

Videography-wise, the camera can capture 4K UHD videos at 25p. The camera is available for Rs. 1,51,990 on Amazon.

Key Specs for Sony a7 III

  • 24.2 MP CMOS sensor
  • 5-axis image stabilization
  • 3” touchscreen LCD
  • 4K UHD video recording at 25p
  • 1080 video recording at 120 fps
  • 693 AF points
  • Auto, 200-25600 ISO range
  • The continuous drive of 10 fps
  • Micro USB and HDMI port
  • 710 shots per charge

Sony Alpha ILCE-7C with 28-60mm Zoom Lens

The Sony Alpha 7C is the smallest, lightest, full-frame digital interchangeable-lens system with optical in-body image stabilization.

Sony Alpha ILCE-7C

It has a 24.2-MP Exmor R CMOS sensor and comes with a powerful BIONZ X image processer for spectacular image quality.

The camera offers high-resolution 4K movies and a 5-axis image stabilization that lets you zoom, get close-ups and capture night scenes with greater clarity.

Also, the camera shoots in continuous bursts at up to 10fps with AF/AE tracking and up to 8fps in live-view mode to better capture the subjects in motion.

This camera can also focus on 693 phase-detection AF points for better and more accurate focusing on the subject in the frame.

Furthermore, it has some connectivity options, including Micro HDMI, Micro USB, NFC, WiFi, and Bluetooth, and it is available online at Rs 1,73,290.


  • Small and lightweight.
  • Offers a 24.2-MP Exmor R CMOS sensor.
  • Comes with the powerful BIONZ X image processer.
  • Able to record 4k videos.
  • 5 axis image stabalisation.
  • Vari-angle LCD monitor(rotating 176 ° horizontally and 270 ° vertically).
  • 100–51200 ISO range.
  • 693 focusing point.
  • Comes with Micro HDMI, Micro USB, NFC, WiFi, and Bluetooth connectivity.
  • 740 Shots battery life.
  • 2 Year standard warranty + 1 year extended warranty on registration on alpha community

So, these are some of the best cameras I would suggest you check out if you are planning to buy a DSLR or a Mirrorless Camera.

Let me know in the comments which camera you are planning to buy and if you need some more advice.

Sony has also launched the Alpha A7IV, which will soon go on sale in India.

Thanks for Reading the Article. Have a Great Day.

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Further Reading and Resources:

Sony Mirrorless Cameras, Panasonic, Pentax

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2 Replies to “12 Best Mirrorless Cameras In India (30K, 50K,1 Lakh)

  1. Hi,
    I’m a beginner, and I’m looking to buy my first mirrorless camera. My budget is around 75k.
    Which would be the top 3 picks? Also are any new models coming worth waiting for?


    1. I have only one suggestion – Sony A6400 with a prime lens don’t buy kit lenses they are a waste of money.

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