Nikon D3200 When the D3100 entry-level model came out, it had more megapixels (16.2) than any Nikon DSLR but the $8,000 flagship 24.5-megapixel pro model.
Canon EOS Rebel T4i Canon's EOS Rebel DSLRs are entry-level models, the new Rebel T4i being the 10th member of a line that began when the original Digital Rebel became the first DSLR to sell for under $1,000 in 2003.
Sony SLT-A99 In 2010, Sony introduced the first cameras with its Translucent Mirror Technology (TMT)—the entry-level SLT-A55 and A33.
Sigma SD1 Merrill Sigma is the only camera maker to offer the unique Foveon X3 image sensor, which stacks pixels in three layers so that every pixel site records all three primary colors of light: blue (in the top layer), green (in the middle layer) and red (in the bottom layer).
Nikon D4 Nikon's new flagship pro DSLR, the D4 improves on its D3S predecessor in almost every area.
Canon EOS 1D X Canon has long produced two versions of its flagship EOS-1-series pro DSLRs: an EOS-1 model with an APS-H (1.3x crop) sensor and high frame rate, and a high-megapixel, full-frame model with even better image quality.
Sony NEX-5R We're into the third generation of NEX now, with Sony's successor to the NEX-5N, the NEX-5R, bringing a number of improvements on the earlier model.
Sony NEX-6 While those moving up to a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera from a point-and-shoot are happy to use the LCD monitor as their composing device, some longtime DSLR (and film SLR) users find it awkward.
Sony NEX-F3 Taking over from the NEX-C3 as the entry-level model in Sony's mirrorless line, the NEX-F3 incorporates a big, 16.1-megapixel APS-C HD CMOS sensor that delivers excellent image quality and video. Besides simple operation, features include Auto HDR, Anti-Motion Blur, Sweep Panorama, 3D Sweep Panorama, focus peaking (for easy manual focusing) and 15 in-camera effects.
Samsung NX1000 The most compact member of Samsung's current NX family, the NX1000 shares the 20.3-megapixel image sensor and built-in Wi-Fi capability of the NX20 and NX210, but measures just 4.5x2.5x1.5 inches and weighs just 7.8 ounces.
Samsung NX 210 The middle model in Samsung's Wi-Fi NX lineup, the NX210 offers the same 20.3-megapixel image sensor, built-in Wi-Fi capabilities and shooting features as its siblings.