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Digital Cameras from $300 to $400

Some serious firepower starts to appear in the $300 to $400 price range. There are the feature-rich ultracompacts with OLED touch panels 1080p video, but more enticing are the superzooms and some advanced compact cameras. Old, low-end dSLRs sometimes appear in this range as well.

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Digital Cameras from $300 to $400
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Sony DSC-HX300/B
Sony DSC-HX300/B

Ranked 7th of 36 in Extended Zoom Digital Cameras

Sony's 2013 DSC-HX300 gets up close to the action with an impressive 50x... more »

20.4 megapixels; 50x optical zoom; Optical SteadyShot® image stabilization with 3-way Active Mode; AVCHD™ 1080/60p Full HD video; 3.0" tiltable LCD; Up to 10 fps; Manual modes

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Starting at $389.95
from 3 stores
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Sony A3000
Sony A3000

Ranked 12th of 30 in Consumer dSLR

Sony's latest DSLR is a compact compromise between the size of a mirrorl... more »

20.1 megapixel Exmor APS-C sensor; Light body and DSLR grip; Full HD video; Compatible with E-Mount lenses; Compatible with A-Mount lenses with an adapter; RAW; Optical viewfinder; 3.5 fps burst; Maximu...

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Starting at $348.00
from 2 stores
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX10V
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX10V

Ranked 26th of 37 in Travel Zoom Digital Cameras

The successor to the highly-successful HX9, the HX10 refines the very go... more »

18.2 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor; 16x optical zoom with 25mm wide-angle; 3-inch LCD; Optical image stabilization; GPS tracker; Manual modes; Lithium-ion battery

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Starting at $399.95
from 1 stores
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