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There's a lot of information out there about digital SLR cameras. Reviews from our expert photographers can help you choose a camera that best suits your needs.



Is It Time To Go Full-Frame?
New models and dropping prices put the benefits of full-frame in the hands of more photographers
Is It Time To Go Full-Frame?Full-frame DSLRs are hot! The reasons?

Hybrid AF
A new approach to autofocus is emerging for both still and video
Hybrid AFPhase-detection AF, used in DSLRs for non-live-view shooting, is quick and very good at tracking moving subjects.

Pentax k-5 II
Pentax k-5 IIThe K-5 II retains those features and adds some new ones, all at a good price.

Nikon D600
Nikon D600Nikon's new full-frame DSLR, the D600 features a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor and delivers 12- or 14-bit images at 6016x4016 pixels.

Canon EOS 6D
Canon EOS 6DCanon's newest full-frame DSLR is the EOS 6D, which features a 20.2-megapixel CMOS sensor that delivers 14-bit images measuring 5472x3648 pixels.

Sony SLT-A37
Sony SLT-A37The A37 is a bit slower than the A57, but sill quite fast for an entry-level model: 5.5 fps at full resolution, 7 fps in Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority mode (8-megapixel images, 1.4x crop factor), all with full-time continuous phase-detection AF.

Pentax K-30
Pentax K-30Pentax has been producing weatherproof DSLRs since the K10D in 2006, but they have always been the flagship models.

Nikon D3200
Nikon D3200When 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 EOS Rebel T4iCanon'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
Sony SLT-A99In 2010, Sony introduced the first cameras with its Translucent Mirror Technology (TMT)—the entry-level SLT-A55 and A33.

Sigma SD1 Merrill
Sigma SD1 MerrillSigma 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).



 
 

 
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