What are the mirrorless cameras with the highest MP, like for example the Nikon Z7?

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    Why do you care? – Philip Kendall Jan 11 at 18:34
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    What has your research discovered? – scottbb Jan 11 at 18:47
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    @PhilipKendall LONG LIVE THE MEGAPIXEL WARS!!! – Hueco Jan 11 at 18:54
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    Maasha, well received questions on this site include the why behind the question. Why do you think you need high MP? What are you going to do with it? Are you aware of potential drawbacks? Reason is, there are a lot of really smart photographers on this site who can offer some solid advice...some of which might be - you need less MP than you think. But, we wouldn't know unless you include the why. So, tell a story with your question. – Hueco Jan 11 at 18:56
  • The real reason to have ultra high MP: To have a spare middle finger against arrogant smartphone users :) I guess others might want ultra high res photos to be published on the web as zoom-in-yourself, or for documentational/photointerpretation/scientific/survey/surveillance/reprographic purposes, or to test lenses.... or to be able to frame with a cropping tool later :) – rackandboneman Jan 12 at 1:34

Dpreview has a great camera feature search function that can filter results, including megapixels.

It looks like the Medium Format mirrorless camera’s have the most megapixels right now.

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