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Canon EOS 60D

Reviewed February 2014
Canon EOS 60D
*Est. $1,100
Canon's midrange DSLR offers some updates, some setbacks
Pros:
  • Great image quality
  • Swiveling LCD screen
  • Long battery life
Cons:
  • Slow autofocus on LCD screen, none in movie mode
  • Plastic body

Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Reviewed February 2014
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
*Est. $3,400
Pros:
  • Strong 22.3-megapixel resolution
  • Extraordinary low-light capability
  • Outstanding autofocus
  • Very intuitive to use
Cons:
  • Less sharpness and detail than Nikon D800
  • Autofocus must be triggered manually in movie mode

Canon PowerShot SX280 HS

Reviewed September 2013
Canon PowerShot SX280 HS
*Est. $280
Pros:
  • 20x zoom
  • Good photos for its class
  • GPS, Wi-Fi and manual controls at a low price
Cons:
  • Battery life and battery sensor malfunctions
  • Missing some common features, like panorama
  • No RAW mode
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Canon PowerShot A1400

Reviewed August 2013
Canon PowerShot A1400
*Est. $100
Pros:
  • Sharp photos in bright light
  • Optical viewfinder -- rare for a cheap camera
  • Basic and easy to use
Cons:
  • Dim light requires flash
  • Too slow for fast-action photography
  • No optical zoom during video
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Canon PowerShot SX500 IS

Reviewed August 2013
Canon PowerShot SX500 IS
*Est. $245
Pros:
  • 30x zoom lens
  • Good image quality in bright light
  • Full manual controls with built-in-help
Cons:
  • Not for fast action or indoor photography
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