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Best DSLR Cameras 2014

Best DSLR Cameras 2014
By , Sean Captain, Cherlynn Low

Digital single-lens reflex cameras are a step up for those who are tired of sluggish point-and-shoots and want to spread their photographic wings. Yes, DSLRs are bulkier than their mirrorless interchangeable-lens cousins, but in many instances, they still provide higher performance. For instance, DLSRs generally have faster autofocus, especially on higher-end models. For people who like to frame their shots in a viewfinder, the optical versions in DSLRs still outperform even the best electronic viewfinders. Plus, by virtue of having been around longer, DSLRs give you access to a much broader selection of lenses. 

Here are our top picks for digital single-lens reflex cameras — from novice to professional levels.

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    GoodfavMagazine , July 28, 2014 7:25 PM
    What about Canon Mark III? Was surprised not to see it... I think it is the best DSLR, especially if you combine it with a good lens.http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007FGYZFI/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B007FGYZFI&linkCode=as2&tag=goodeboo-20
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