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Canon EOS Rebel SL1

Reviewed February 2014
Canon EOS Rebel SL1
*Est. $750
Step-up entry DSLR
Pros:
  • Small body
  • Light weight
  • High image quality
  • Touch screen
Cons:
  • Uncomfortable for large hands
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Canon PowerShot SX50 HS

Reviewed September 2013
Canon PowerShot SX50 HS
*Est. $370
Best extreme zoom digital camera
Pros:
  • 50x zoom
  • Very good image quality for its class
  • Full manual controls and a great auto mode
  • RAW support and hot shoe
  • Swiveling LCD screen
Cons:
  • Some image flaws, like fringing and over-sharpening
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Canon PowerShot SX160 IS

Reviewed August 2013
Canon PowerShot SX160 IS
*Est. $160
Best cheap digital camera for about $150 or less
Pros:
  • Impressive photo and video quality for the price
  • Full manual controls -- a rarity at this price
  • Strong 16x zoom
Cons:
  • Gobbles AA batteries
  • Too slow for fast-action photography
  • Can't handle very dim light
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Canon PowerShot Elph 330 HS

Reviewed August 2013
Canon PowerShot Elph 330 HS
*Est. $200
Best cheap digital camera
Pros:
  • Tiny, slim body
  • Comfortable and simple to use
  • Fast
  • Superb photos and HD videos for the price
  • Built-in Wi-Fi lets you send photos instantly
Cons:
  • Video limited to 24 frames per second
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Canon PowerShot G15

Reviewed February 2013
Canon PowerShot G15
*Est. $460
Best compact digital camera
Pros:
  • Outstanding photos, even in low light
  • Snappy performance and great handling
  • Rock-solid build
  • Big-camera features like a viewfinder and hot shoe
  • Fits into a jacket pocket
Cons:
  • Video mode offers little manual control
  • No in-camera panorama
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