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Top 10 Cameras Used In The ePHOTOzine Gallery

Top 10 Cameras Used In The ePHOTOzine Gallery - Find out which cameras are the most popular among our members who upload to the ePHOTOzine Gallery.

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ePHOTOzine's gallery is bursting with work from talented photographers. In fact, in the last 12 months, our members have uploaded over 150,000 photos to the gallery. As so many photos are uploaded to the gallery daily, we thought it would be interesting to see which cameras are being used the most to capture the images you're sharing with us all.  

You can find more information on each camera by clicking on the camera names featured in the list, plus we've included 'check latest price' buttons as due to the age of some of the cameras, you will more than likely be able to pick-up a bargain should you be interested. We also have plenty of other top 10 features for you to check out, including: 


Top 10 Cameras Used In The ePHOTOzine Gallery


1. Nikon D7100

Nikon D7100 In hand

We first got hands-on with this camera back in 2013 and three years later, it still seems to be a popular choice for photographers. In our review, the Nikon D7100 was praised for having a compelling set of features and its well-built weather sealed body with a great looking 3.2inch screen.

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2. Canon EOS 5D Mk III

Canon EOS 5D MkIII

The Canon EOS 5D Mk III was the long awaited update to the Canon EOS 5D Mk II and we were happy to 'Highly Recommend' it in our review. We praised it for its 'excellent image quality' and fast performance, plus we were impressed with its ability to capture stunning photos in a wide variety of situations.

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3. Canon EOS 7D


ePHOTOzine reviewed the Canon EOS 7D back in 2009 when it received an 'Editor's Choice' award. We called it a 'classy, feature-rich DSLR that has a reassuringly robust body' and its performance was of a 'very high order'. 

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4. Nikon D7000


Aimed at advanced amateurs, the Nikon D7000 offers many features you'd expect to find on professional models, such as weather sealing, a fast continuous shooting rate and magnesium build. When we got hands-on with it in 2010, we were happy to award it an 'Editor's Choice' accolade for, at the time, 'raising the bar for features you'd expect from a consumer DSLR.' This camera has now been discontinued by Nikon but it's still available on sites such as Amazon. 

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5. Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Canon Eos 5d MarkII (7)

The Canon EOS 5D Mark II received a 'Highly Recommended' award from ePHOTOzine and it was praised for its noise performance, pleasing graphics and fast processor. It was the first DSLR that could record full HD video, although control was limited and audible noise from the internal workings of the camera made the sound disappointing. 

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6. Nikon D800

Nikon D800 hands on - handling four

Another 'Editor's Choice' winner, the Nikon D800 was praised for its excellent handling, features line-up and a strong price point. Image quality was impressive it at the time of the review, it was one of the highest scoring cameras ePHOTOzine had put to the test. 

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7. Canon EOS 70D

Canon EOS 70D With 18 135mm STM Lens (4)

The 70D updated the 60D and came 'Highly Recommend' by ePHOTOzine. High image quality and excellent colour reproduction were on the pros list, plus we also said that videographers would find the DSLR extremely appealing. 

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8. Canon EOS 600D / REBEL T3i

Canon EOS 600D

The Canon EOS 600D updated the popular 550D and we said the DSLR was a 'joy to use'. Image quality was 'stunning', the camera's build was described as 'very good' and we really liked the overall look of the camera. 

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9. Canon EOS 60D


In our review, we described the Canon EOS 60D as a 'worthy and welcome successor to the EOS 50D'. We gave it a 'Highly Recommended' award and said it was a 'great all-round camera for those who want more than the entry-level model'. 

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10. Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Canon EOS 7D Mark II With Lens (7)

A relatively new camera in comparison with the other camera featured in the top 10, the Canon EOS 7D Mark II is the updated version of the 7D, and offers a number of desirable updates including 10fps continuous shooting, a new 20 megapixel sensor, updated 65-point focus system, weather sealed body and built in GPS. We were happy to 'Recommend' the camera in our review with praise coming for its 'impressive focus speeds and continuous shooting'. 

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K-5Yes, the top ten list is completely dominated by Canon and Nikon, but hundreds of other cameras from a wide variety of brands are also used by our members, including: 

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franken Plus
14 4.2k 4 United Kingdom
16 May 2016 2:13PM
Why is it that when epz updates info like this they don't remove irrelevant comments of about five years ago?
KingBee Plus
11 508 2 Scotland
16 May 2016 3:19PM
Well noted, franken - and absolutely right. Why is it that all previous comments go back to 2011?

Anyway, seriously, just how 'up to date' is this list? Whatever happened to the great m4/3 revolution (of which I'm an ardent follower)? Yes, I know that Canon and Nikon will always occupy the top spots, just by sheer weight of numbers, but that's often because many amateur photographers seem to be sucked in by the hype that you'll never take a great photo unless you take it with a DSLR. Yes, OK, ePz has picked up on the fact that Olympus and Panasonic feature among the 'more popular' cameras (the 'also-rans', in other words), but is our membership really so dominated by Canon and Nikon heads? I suppose it must be.

It's the same with your typical monthly camera mag - very, very few images printed are taken with a m4/3 camera.

I'm not a particularly good photographer, but the images I take today with my Lumixes easily stand up to the ones I used to take with my Canon DSLRs in quality terms.

Come on: let's hear it for m4/3! SmileSmileSmileSmile
Bantu 3 7 1 India
16 May 2016 4:52PM
Nikon is really very much result oriented and practical camera. No need to upgrade for at least ten years.King of night photography and very much rugged also.
dannyr 7 46 United Kingdom
16 May 2016 6:22PM
Nothing wrong with any of those cameras, but still depressing to see the lack of camera brands in the top 10 Sad
Lenscapon 1 64
16 May 2016 7:29PM
All the top 10 are the same camera? Well they all look the same to me and the design differences must be miniscule?
themak 3 929 Scotland
16 May 2016 10:22PM
If only there was some way of getting more photos from different makes into the gallery. Ah well. Tongue
17 May 2016 8:19AM

Quote:Why is it that when epz updates info like this they don't remove irrelevant comments of about five years ago?

Good point, we've updated it. Smile
17 May 2016 8:21AM

Quote:Anyway, seriously, just how 'up to date' is this list?

We did a search for the figures this week and they reflect the last 12 months.
franken Plus
14 4.2k 4 United Kingdom
17 May 2016 8:35AM
It's no surprise really as both Canon and Nikon are market leaders and it reflects here.

I'll not be rushing off and trading in my micro 4/3rds gear for either of them any time soon though.Smile

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