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Consumer dSLR

These dSLRs are stripped-down versions of their professional counterparts, but still very powerful, and provide the kind of image quality that everyone from enthusiasts to casual shooters dream of. If photography is becoming a serious hobby for you, or you're planning to make money from your photography, this is the kind of camera you need to be looking at.

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Pentax K-3
Pentax K-3

Pentax DSLRs are known for their innovative, unique qualities like weath... more »

24 effective megapixels APS-C sized CMOS sensor; Fast continuous shooting at 8.3 fps; 18-135mm WR kit lens; Eye-fi Wireless and SDX Memory card compatibility; Dual SD card slots; Selectable Anti-Aliasin...

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Starting at $987.89
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Sony A77II
new! Sony A77II

Every time a DSLR snaps a picture, the mirror inside has to flip up and ... more »

24.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor; Maximum shutter speed 1/8000; ISO 100-25600; 79 focus points (15 point cross type); In-body image stabilization; Continuous priority autoexposure shooting up to 12 fps ...

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Nikon D7000
Nikon D7000

The D7000 is Nikon's latest enthusiast dSLR, occupying the spot in their... more »

16.2 megapixels; DX-format CMOS sensor; 1080p, 24fps HD video w/ continuous autofocus; Pentaprism viewfinder, 100 percent coverage; 3-inch LCD monitor (921k dots); Magnesium alloy body; EXPEED 2 image p...

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Starting at $716.99
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