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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
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
Best Product

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100

Reviewed February 2013
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100
*Est. $650
Compact camera with advanced features
Pros:
  • Best photo and video quality of any pocket camera
  • Quick-shooting
  • Full manual control
  • Fits easily into a jacket or pants pocket
Cons:
  • Smooth finish is hard to grip, some say
  • Very few buttons to handle lots of tasks
  • Flimsy flash stalk and USB/card doors
Best Product

Olympus OM-D E-M5

Reviewed February 2013
Olympus OM-D E-M5
*Est. $1,100
Best compact camera with interchangeable lenses
Pros:
  • Compact and easy to carry
  • Speedy performance with DSLR-like image quality and controls
  • Tough magnesium body is dust- and splash-proof
  • Biggest lens selection in its class
Cons:
  • Continuous autofocus balks at tracking moving subjects
  • Some find controls small and tedious to set up initially
  • No ISO 100
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