6 Pro Cameras Available for Under $4,000

  • Most Expensive: Nikon D6 ($6,499)
  • Cheapest: Sony FX3 ($3,899)
  • Oldest: Leica SL2, Nikon D6 (2019)
  • Newest: Nikon Z8 (2023)
Model Year MSRP MP Weight Sensor Video
Nikon D6 2019 $6,499 20.8 1450g FF 4k30
Nikon Z 9 2021 $5,499 45.7 1340g FF 8.3k60
Nikon Z 8 2023 $3,999 45.7 910g FF 8.3k60
Sony FX3 2021 $3,899 12.1 1015g FF 4k120
Leica SL2-S 2020 $4,895 24.0 931g FF 4k60
Leica SL2 2019 $5,999 46.7 916 FF 4k60

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