Best Sports & Action Camera 2017

“I missed a few most thrilling actions on the ground that perhaps the best I have ever seen and I missed it because I had one camera that didn’t do sports photography well” is very usual question we come through either On and Off web. This prank question is often asked by the entry-level photographers but the case of professionals is different. If you have question regarding ” which are the best sports and action cameras of 2017?” that projects the unparalleled imaging performance then check out our list. We have three best cameras out there that massively fits you and your passions that grow with you.

1. Sony A9

  • Sensor – 24.2MP Full-Frame Stacked CMOS Sensor
  • IS – 5-Axis SteadyShot INSIDE Stabilization
  • Max ISO – ISO 204,800
  • Continuous shooting speed – 20 fps Shooting
  • Video – Internal UHD 4K Video Recording

Sony A9 nicely holds the crown of the being the best Sports and action camera of the current time. Sony A9 comes with massive AF system and its distinguish 693 AF points (more than in any digital camera) covers approximately 93% of the image area. High-precision performance assures your focus on subjects. It implements 24.2MP Full-Frame Stacked CMOS Sensor that captures crystal clear and cutting edge sharp images, even in lowlight. Sony A9 offers Blackout-Free Continuous Shooting at up to 20fps for up to 241 RAW/ 362 JPEG images. When shooting handheld, the 5-axis I.S gently blocks the appearance of camera shakes and produce crisp and blur free images.

2. Olympus E-M1 Mark II


  • Sensor – 20.4MP Live MOS Sensor
  • Max ISO – ISO 25600
  • IS – 5-Axis + Lens Based (Upto 6 stops)
  • Continuous shooting speed – 15 fps
  • Video – DCI 4K/24p & UHD 4K/30p Video Recording

Why should you pick this camera?

Olympus E-M1 Mark II, may be one of the best cameras in terms of I.S both for Stills as well as Videos in the universe, no doubt. Image stabilization is its unconditional strength, however, other features are also mouthwatering and professional sports photographers would really love its remarkable performance. The body is made of aluminum and magnesium alloys making it much sturdy and everything is weather sealed and its lightweight lets you carry to your desire location. High-speed sequential shooting and AF performance for capturing each second of the moment and maximum 18 fps sequential shooting performance in AF/AE tracking. Teaming up with the the high-speed TruePic VIII image processor and 20.4 Megapixel Live MOS sensor to give you excellent image quality even in lowlight regions.

3. Nikon D500

  • Sensor – 20.9MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor
  • Max ISO – Native ISO 51200, Extend to ISO 1640000
  • Continuous shooting speed – 10 fps
  • Video – 4K UHD Video Recording at 30 fps


Nikon D500 – A lesser expensive than the mammoth Nikon D5 but great action APS-C DSLR camera out there, which superlative ability to focus and shoot very quickly requires great appreciations. Packed with 153-point AF module offers near full-width coverage and is fabricated to a 180,180k-Pixel RGB metering sensor to further improve its AF tracking capabilities. Higher dynamic range (i.e. ISO) offered by D500 nicely stops motion in more lighting conditions, and also provide better control over depth of field. Overall, a great camera for sports photographers that offers you speed, performance, image quality etc.

4. Sony RX10 III

  • Sensor – 20MP 1″-type stacked CMOS sensor
  • Max ISO – ISO 25600
  • Continuous shooting speed – 14 FPS
  • Video – 4K @30fps

Sony RX10 III features a back-illuminated 20.1 MP 1.0-type stacked CMOS sensor offers very sharp and clear images, dynamic range and ISO performance as well. Though the camera is capable of recording 4K but it features I.s System that is massive for 1080p. Sony RX10 III is based on contrast detect sensor only, which helps the camera achieve an incredibly fast focusing response and 14fps to capture every splitting second of the moment etc.

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