Digital Cameras: $650 and up

ConsumerSearch reviews all types of digital cameras, from basic point-and-shoot models to ultrazooms to digital SLRs. Digital cameras can be sorted by price, brand and type and you can easily compare models side-by-side. The best digital cameras in each category are named based on expert and user reviews, where cameras are evaluated for ease of use, comfort, features and price, in addition to photo quality.
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Best Product

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10

Reviewed May 2014
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10
*Est. $1,000
Best advanced digital camera
Pros:
  • Larger sensor than other bridge cameras
  • Excellent video quality
  • Premium super-zoom lens
Cons:
  • External battery charger not included
  • No touch screen
  • Larger than other compact cameras
Best Product

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
Best Product

Nikon D7100

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D7100
*Est. $1,150
Best-value advanced DSLR
Pros:
  • No anti-aliasing filter
  • 51-point autofocus system
  • Long battery life
Cons:
  • Average low-light performance
  • Average continuous shooting speed
Best Product

Nikon D800

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D800
*Est. $2,800
Entry-pro DSLR
Pros:
  • Unheard-of resolution
  • Outstanding images, even in low light
  • Dual CF/SD card slots
  • Sharp HD video
Cons:
  • Slow burst shooting
  • Clunky user settings

Sony Alpha NEX-7

Reviewed May 2014
Sony Alpha NEX-7
*Est. $870
Pros:
  • Big-camera image quality in a small package
  • Exceptionally efficient control layout
  • Best-in-class panorama and HDR features
Cons:
  • Disappointing lens selection
  • Video mode can overheat the camera
  • Not weather-sealed
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