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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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Nikon 1 J3
Nikon 1 J3

Ranked 12th of 51 in Mirrorless Digital Cameras

Nikon continues making compact, interchangeable lens cameras with the J3... more »

14.2 megapixel CX AF CMOS Sensor; 1080/60i HD video; 3-inch 921,000 dot LCD screen; Optical Image Stabilization; 15 fps continuous burst; Optional wireless adapter for sharing; RAW capture; Manual modes...

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Starting at $425.09
from 3 stores
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Nikon 1 S2
new! Nikon 1 S2

Ranked 45th of 51 in Mirrorless Digital Cameras

The Nikon 1 line uses smaller sensors then the competitors, but what the... more »

14.2 megapixel 1” CMOS sensor; Maximum shutter speed 1/16000 (Flash Sync up to 1/60); 10 fps burst speed (buffer: 20 images); 30 fps burst speed with focus locked (butter: 60 images); ISO sensitivity 20...

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Starting at $446.95
from 1 stores
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Canon G1 X
Canon G1 X

Ranked 29th of 34 in Advanced Compact Digital Cameras

Canon's answer to the mirrorless wave took most by surprise. more »

1.5-inch 14.3 megapixel high-sensitivity CMOS sensor; 4x optical zoom with 28mm wide-angle lens; Optical image stabilization; 3-inch vari-angle LCD with 922,000 dots; 14-bit RAW + JPEG; Full 1080p HD vi...

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Starting at $549.00
from 2 stores
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