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Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro

Was named 'European Advanced Camera of the Year 2007-2008' by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA). Their official comment was "The special qualities of Fujifilm's Super CCD SR Pro sensor provide the wide dynamic range, low image noise and contrast control that make the camera stand out from the general DSLR market. Fujifilm has used a rugged body, faster processing, more flexible shooting methods, improved autofocus and advanced flash metering modes. Ultimately, though, it is the S5 Pro's ability to reproduce a massive range of tones that makes it the winner of this category."

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Horseman DigiFlex

Camera manufacturer Horseman have created a hybrid SLR body that accepts Nikon lenses and Hasselblad–fit digital backs. The Digiflex incorporates the popular Nikon F mount, and is designed to give photographers greater versatility, opening up a large range of lenses, including true wide–angles. The Hasselblad–fit rear plate allows users to utilise virtually all digital backs, including Sinar, LightPhase, EyeLike and Carnival. Combined with a high–end 2000x3000 pixel back, the DigiFlex is capable of full-frame 24x36mm capture. In addition, the device has a built–in focal plane shutter, reflex viewfinder with eYesight correction, flash synch and shutter speeds of 1-1/2000s.

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Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro

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Fujifilm FinePix S2 Pro

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Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro UVIR

The S3 with a built in UV/IR filter over the sensor

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Fujifilm DS 515

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Fujifilm FinePix S1 Pro

Fuji were the first to crack the entry level SLR market with the S1 pro, and as an added bonus they included a CCD that claims over six million pixels. The truth is the real pixel count is 3.4 million but a clever interpolation method and a honeycomb patter CCD help deliver the extras. The camera is based on the Nikon F60 an amateur model that has plenty of features, so most Nikon lenses can be used. Of the SLR digitals it's the slowest motor drive at 1.5fps, so it isn't the ideal choice for fashion or action but is fine for landscape, weddings and portraiture.

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Canon EOS 50D

15 megapixel APS-C sensor Digital SLR

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Fujifilm DS 505

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Canon EOS 5D MkII

We thought the Canon 5D Mark II was never going to be as big a deal as its predecessor, the now classic, 5D Mark I which allowed a whole generation of digital photographers the use of a full frame DSLR at a price that they could (just) afford. But actually it has been a benchmark camera in a few different ways. The low noise at high ISO has meant amateurs and professionals alike have been leaving tripods at home and getting great results in situations where flash would have previously been the only option. One of the big surprises is the video capability of the 5D Mark II which has now reached cult status, the camera now being the fashionable tool for shooting everything from drama to documentaries. Where the 5D still falls down slightly is it's focusing in low-light and (stills) frame rate. The 5D Mark II still provides excellent value for money for all photographers and wonderfully smooth and toned full frame images.

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Canon EOS 7D

The 18 megapixel APS-C sensor Canon EOS 7D is aimed at top-end enthusiasts and professional photographers and has an impressive features list.

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Canon EOS 1000D

10.5 megapixel entry level APS-C sensor Digital SLR

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Canon EOS 450D

12.4mp APS-C Sensor Camera

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Canon EOS 500D

15.1 megapixel APS-C sensor Digital SLR

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Canon EOS D60

6.3 megapixel

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Canon EOS 400D

The Canon EOS 400D, called Digital Rebel XTi in North America and EOS Kiss Digital X in Japan. A mid-range digital single-lens reflex camera first released on August 24, 2006. An improvement of the 350D with a 10.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, a larger continuous shooting buffer, an integrated image sensor vibrating cleaning system, the precise 9-point auto focus system from the EOS 30D, improved grip, and a bigger 2.5-inch (64 mm) LCD with 230,000 pixels. The 400D uses the DIGIC II image processor, as is used in the 350D. It was succeeded by the Canon EOS 450D in April 2008.

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Canon EOS 5D

The Canon 5D is now a modern classic. It was the first Prosumer Canon full frame digital SLR that most keen amateurs could afford and it rewarded them with smooth 12.8 megapixel files. The area where if wasn't so strong were focusing and frame rate. It struggles in low-light to focus and chugs along at a poor frame rate of around 3fps. This camera was a benchmark for Canon and certainly there are many still going strong to this day on their second and third shutters. Affectionately referred to as the Canon EOS 5D Mark I.

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Canon EOS 30D

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Canon EOS 350D

8.0 megapixel APS-C sensor Digital SLR

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Canon EOS 300D

6.3 megapixel APS-C sensor Digital SLR and the first entry level Digital SLR from Canon.

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