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Professional dSLR

These top-of-the-line dSLRs are the cameras that serious amateurs, semi-pros and full professional photographers use. They deliver high resolution, incredible image quality, and the most extensive manual control you can imagine. Most shoot high-quality, high-definition video as well. They're certainly expensive, but if you make your living (or plan to make your living) from photography, there is no substitute for the power that these serious tools offer. It's tough to weight these cameras against each other, since they're all high-performance machines and represent very different price points, but we've given it a try.

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Canon EOS 6D
Canon EOS 6D

Just as Nikon announced their entry-level full frame camera, the D600, a... more »

20.2 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor; 1080/30p HD video capture with mono sound; 11-point autofocus system; 4.5fps continuous burst; Built-in GPS Receiver and Wi-Fi Transmitter; RAW Capture; Manual mod...

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Starting at $1,399.00
from 6 stores
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Pentax K-5
Pentax K-5

The K-5 is Pentax's latest enthusiast/semi-pro dSLR, an update to last y... more »

16.3 megapixels; CMOS sensor; In-body image stabilization; 3-inch LCD monitor, 921k dots; 7fps burst shooting mode; 11-point autofocus; 1080p HD video, 25 fps; 100% viewfinder; HDR image capture; JPEG+R...

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Starting at $832.99
from 4 stores
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