Top rated digital SLR cameras: August 2011

Here are the 10 best digital SLR cameras for August 2011

The digital SLR market is dominated by two players: Canon and Nikon. This is reflected in our August top rated list for digital cameras, with Pentax being the only other vendor getting a look in. We haven't included any Sony cameras in the list as we are yet to review any of the latest models, nor did we include the Olympus E-5, because we didn't rate it highly enough.

We haven't included Micro Four Thirds cameras or other types of mirror-less cameras in this list because they are not quite the same as a digital SLR -- we have a separate list for those cameras.

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Nikon D700

If you're already a D-SLR user, the next step up is a full-frame camera. Consider the D700 for its size and more competitive price compared to the top-of-the-line D3, as you won't lose too much in the way of features and capabilities.

  • Review Date:
  • Reviewer:
  • Manufacturer:
  • 16th Sept., 2008
  • Elias Plastiras
  • Nikon
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  • Pros:
  • Full-frame sensor, smaller and lighter body than the D3, useful Live View, virtual horizon, comfortable to use
  • Cons:
  • Slightly slower than the D3
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