If I were a "serious" picture maker newbie in today's digital camera world, I might be inclined to take up ballroom dancing rather than be sucked down the which-camera-is-best rabbit hole.
iMo and experience, unless a picture maker is pursuing a specialized picture making genre which requires specialized equipment-most often lenses, not sensors-there is no "best" camera. That is, other than the camera that feels best in one's hand.
My opinion is based upon the fact that I believe that the point of picture making is the pictures. And, as a general rule of thumb (based upon my experience), that pictures made by the equipment / tech-spec obsessed are rarely worth the paper they are printed on. Those pictures may rate a 10 on the tech-spec scale but, on the visual / emotion / intellect scale, they are well below average.
All of that written, in the good / better / best picture world, it's all about the eye and sensibilities of the equipment operator and very little to do about the machines they use.