While DSLRS have put up a good fight, their mechanical shutters can’t keep up with a digital mirrorless camera’s speed and ability to shoot 4K video. Here are the cameras that upped our shooting skills this year, clockwise from top left: For the traveler, the Fujifilm X-T3 ($1,500, body only; fujifilm.com) is thinner and up to a half-pound lighter than the others. It excels at autofocusing for shooting action and reeling off a near-video-speed of 20 frames per second. If you’re looking for a multitasker, the Sony A7 III ($1,998, body only; sony.com) has a 10-frames-per-second shutter, shoots 6K video, and has a bunch of great lenses to choose from. The Nikon Z 7 ($3,400, body only; nikonusa. com) retroactively adds sharpness to older lenses, has the easiest user interface, and shoots crisp and color-saturated video. But when it comes to shooting fast action, the Canon EOS R ($2,299, body only; usa.canon .com) is the best, with a body that works with older EF lenses, and the fastest autofocus (.5 second), which we used to snap crisp shots of sprinting cyclocrossers.