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Digital Cameras between $400 and $600

The $400 to $600 price range holds some of the best consumer-oriented cameras out there. This is where some of the best compacts lie, as well as many consumer dSLRs and mirrorless interchangeable-lens shooter. These cameras have large sensors, advanced features, manual controls, and are aimed at photographers who want to take more than just the passing snapshot.

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Digital Cameras between $400 and $600
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Sony Alpha NEX-F3
Sony Alpha NEX-F3

Ranked 16th of 51 in Mirrorless Digital Cameras

The NEX-F3 camera is the logical upgrade to Sony's NEX-C3, replacing the... more »

16.1 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor; 1080p HD video at 24fps with stereo sound; 3-inch tilt 920,000 dot LCD screen; 5.5fps continuous burst; Manual modes; RAW capture; Lithium-ion battery

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Starting at $418.18
from 4 stores
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Sony NEX-3NL
Sony NEX-3NL

Ranked 30th of 51 in Mirrorless Digital Cameras

Sony has hit a sweet spot in the right combination of price and image qu... more »

16.1 megapixel APS-C sensor; Compact and lightweight; New SELP1650 lens with motor zoom lever and body control; 180° tilting LCD screen; Full HD movie shooting 60i/24p; 4 fps burst; Maximum shutter spee...

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Starting at $498.00
from 2 stores
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Sony Alpha A37
Sony Alpha A37

Ranked 25th of 30 in Consumer dSLR

The A37 replaces the A35 and clearly defines Sony's Alpha product lineup. more »

16.1 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor; 1080 60i HD video with stereo sound; 2.6-inch swivel LCD screen with 230,400 dots; Electronic viewfinder; 7fps continuous burst at 8.4 megapixel resolution; Manual mode...

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Starting at $478.98
from 1 stores
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