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    CANON 1300D 289 / 299 with lens

    18.1MP APS-C CMOS

    100-6400 (12,800 expanded)

    3in 920k-dot N/A N/A

    Succeeding the 1200D as Canons entry-level model, the 1300D is ideal for anyone new to DSLRs. It comes with an improved high-res screen, Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity, a bigger image buffer for JPEGs, and an updated processor that is around 30% faster than its predecessor.

    CANON 100D 399 with lens

    18MP APS-C CMOS

    100-12,800 (25,600 expanded)

    3in 1040k-dot touchscreen

    Aug 2013

    The 100D is the smallest & lightest DSLR ever, intended to compete with advanced CSCs. Its perfect for users who want the full control of a DSLR in a smaller, convenient body. Packed inside an innovative body is a DIGIC 5 engine, 4fps shooting, 9-point AF and an impressive ISO range.

    CANON 700D 449 / 499 with lens

    18MP APS-C CMOS

    100-12,800 (25,600 expanded)

    3in 1040k-dot flip-out touchscreen

    July 2013

    The 700D is a slightly improved version of the 650D, with the main difference being a revamped kit lens with silent AF motor. The 700D comes with a flip-out touchscreen, hybrid 9-point AF system and 1080p Full HD movie recording. Its the perfect step up from an entry-level DSLR.

    CANON 750D 549 / 619 with lens

    24.2MP APS-C CMOS

    100-12,800 (25,600 expanded)

    3in 1040k-dot flip-outtouchscreen

    July 2015

    With 19 cross-type AF points for precise autofocus, the 750D is a focusing powerhouse. It also boasts a 5fps shooting speed, along with a battery life of 400 shots. The 3in 1040k-dot flip-out touchscreen makes it ideal for composing shots at unusual angles. Handling is simple and intuitive.

    CANON 800D 779 / 869 with lens

    24.2MP APS-C CMOS

    100-25,6003in 1040k-dot flip-out touchscreen

    N/A N/A

    This upper entry-level DSLR sits between the 1300D and 77D, effectively replacing the 760D (although this remains for now). It comes with the same sensor and engine as the 77D, and boasts both optical and digital IS, 6fps shooting and 45 AF points. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are included.

    CANON 77D 829 / 919 with lens

    24.2MP APS-C CMOS

    100-25,6003in 1040k-dot flip-out touchscreen

    Spring 2017 N/A

    Coined by many as the 80D Lite, this lower enthusiast camera shares an identical sensor to the 800D, as well as the same AF system and processing engine. It comes with Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth, as well as a 6fps burst speed and the worlds fastest AF of 0.03sec.

    CANON 80D 919 / 1029 with lens

    24.2MP APS-C CMOS

    100-16,000 (25,600 expanded)

    3in 1040k-dot flip-out touchscreen

    Spring 2016

    The 80D lies right in the middle of Canons DSLR range, and is aimed at serious enthusiast photographers. It comes with a 24.2MP APS-C sensor and 45 AF points, all of which are cross-type. It boasts a fast 7fps shooting speed and a new maximum ISO of 16,000.

    CANON 7D MkII1249

    20.2MP APS-C CMOS

    100-16,000 (51,200 expanded)

    3in 1040k-dot Jan 2015

    For an APS-C camera, the 7D MkII packs in many pro-level features including 65 AF points, an amazing 10fps shooting and a powerful DIGIC 6 processing engine. With these impressive specs and a battery life of approximately 670 shots, this is an ideal camera for action photography.

    CANON 6D 1399 / 1699 with lens

    20.2MP Full-frame

    100-25,600 (50-102,400 expanded)

    3in 1040k-dot Mar 2013

    This is Canons lightest and cheapest ever full-frame camera, though in many ways it matches the professional-level 5D MkIII. It shoots at 4.5fps, features Wi-Fi and GPS, and a powerful DIGIC 5+ processor. The biggest downside is that it only has 11 AF points. A great value full-frame option.

    CANON 5D MkIII 2179

    22MP Full-frame

    100-6400 (25,600 expanded)

    3.2in 920k-dot May 2012

    The 5D MkIII is the camera of choice for most professional Canon users. Its exceptionally fast and accurate 61-point AF system sets it apart from the 6D, and its high resolution 3.2in LCD is matched only by the 1D X. Other features include weather sealing, DIGIC 5+ engine and Full HD video.

    CANON 5DS 2799

    50.6MP Full-frame

    100-6400(50-12,800 expanded)

    3.2in 1040k-dot Aug 2015

    The full-frame 5DS shares the spoils with the 5DS R as the joint-highest resolution DSLR on the market. This model is slightly cheaper as it has no low-pass filter. Otherwise, the two cameras are almost the same, with 61 AF points (41 cross-type), and 5fps shooting.

    CANON 5DS R 2899

    50.6MP Full-frame

    100-6400 (50-12,800 expanded)

    3.2in 1040k-dot Aug 2015

    At 50.6MP, the full-frame 5DS R is the joint-highest resolution DSLR ever built. The R version also features a low-pass cancellation filter, maximising the sharpness of the cameras sensor. It comes with 61 AF points (41 cross-type), and boasts 5fps shooting at full resolution.

    CANON 5D MkIV 3499

    30.4MP Full-frame

    100-32,000 (50-102,400 expanded)

    3.2in 1620k-dot Nov 2016

    The 5D MkIV is the update to the highly regarded MkIII and is packed to the rafters with new features. Images can be shot at 30.4MP on the full-frame sensor at a maximum burst of 7fps. It also has the ability to record highly-detailed 4K videos internally.

    CANON 1D X MkII4799

    20.2MP Full-frame

    100-51,200 (50-409,600 expanded)

    3.2in 1620k-dot June 2016

    The 1D X MkII is long-awaited replacement to Canons flagship DSLR model, aimed at sports and wildlife photographers who need exceptional performance in all areas. With a huge 16fps shooting speed, 4K video, Dual Pixel AF and weather-sealed body, its arguably the best ever DSLR.

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    NIKON D3300 339

    24.2MPAPS-C CMOS

    100-12,800 (25,600 expanded)

    3in 921k-dot Spring 2014

    The D3300 will eventually replace the D3200, which is Nikons best-selling DSLR. This model boasts a new processor, better battery life, an extended ISO range, no optical low-pass filter, a lighter and smaller body, and a newly-designed kit lens. It also shoots Full HD movies at 60fps.

    NIKON D3400 429 with lens

    24.2MP APS-C

    100-25,600 3in 921k-dot LCD Dec 2016

    The D3400 is Nikons latest entry-level DSLR. It boasts an 24.2MP APS-C sensor and Expeed 4 processor. Nikon claim 1200 shots can be fired from a single charge and its ISO reach is 1 stop greater, providing better flexibility in low light environments.

    NIKON D5300 449 / 549 with lens

    24.2MP APS-C CMOS

    100-12,800 (25,600 expanded)

    3.2in 1037k-dot flip-out

    Feb 2014

    The D5300 succeeds the D5200 as Nikons lower mid-range DSLR model. It offers the same 5fps shooting, 39-point AF system, and has a similar image resolution, but it boasts an EXPEED 4 engine, bigger LCD, Wi-Fi and GPS. The sensor also has no low-pass filter for extra clarity and detail.

    NIKON D7100 699 / 879 with lens

    24.1MP APS-C CMOS

    100-6400 (25,600 expanded)

    3.2in 1229k-dot N/A N/A

    Although the D7100 has been succeeded by the D7200, its still available to buy as a kit or body-only. It boasts a significantly higher resolution than its predecessor, a larger screen, and a 51-point AF system. It can also shoot at 7fps, so is a great option for fast-action subjects.

    NIKON D5600 729 with lens

    24.2MP APS-C CMOS

    100-25,600 3.2in 1037k-dot N/A N/A

    Nikons D5600 is the latest SnapBridge compatible DSLR from Nikon. Its an advanced entry-level model boasting a user-friendly interface and a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor. It has a vari-angle touchscreen which is useful for composing and focusing above or below head height.

    NIKON D7200 849 / 1099 with lens

    24.2MP APS-C CMOS

    100-25,600 3.2in 1229k-dot May 2015

    This upgrade from the D7100 shares the same autofocus system as the D750 and flagship D4S. And with 7fps continuous shooting, its ideal for shooting high-speed action. Image quality is maintained at high ISO settings, and you can also share photos on the go with built-in Wi-Fi & NFC.

    NIKON D500 1729 / 2479 with lens

    20.9MP APS-C CMOS

    100-51,200 (1,640,000 expanded)

    3.2in 2359k-dotflip-out touchscreen

    July 2016

    The 20.9MP D500 is Nikons top-of-the-line APS-C camera. It is a long-awaited replacement to the D300S, and stands toe to toe with Canons 7D MkII. Boasting an EXPEED 5 engine, 10fps shooting, 4K video, and 153 AF points, its spec rivals the flagship D5.

    NIKON D610 1299 / 1699 with lens

    24.3MP Full-frame

    100-6400 (50-25,600 expanded)

    3.2in 921k-dot Jan 2014

    The D610 succeeds the D600, Nikons smallest and lightest full-frame DSLR, and is on a par with Canons 6D as one of the best value DSLRs available. Its virtually no different to the D600, with 39 AF points, 5.5fps shooting, and 900 shots battery life, but has added video functionality.

    NIKON D7501599 / 2099 with lens

    24.3MPFull-frame

    100-12,800 (50-51,200 expanded)

    3.2in 1229k-dot tiltable

    Dec 2014

    The full-frame D750 features 51 autofocus points, a large ISO range of 100-51,200 and a 6.5fps continuous shooting speed. It uses the same metering and exposure control system as the DF and the D810, and also has built-in Wi-Fi for image transfer and camera control.

    NIKON D810 2399

    36.3MP Full-frame

    64-12,800 (32-51,200 expanded)

    3.2in 1229k