DSLR Comparisons Browse all DSLRs

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Nikon D5100
  • 16.1 MP
  • APS-C CMOS
  • 3" LCD
Nikon D3200
$497
  • 24.2 MP
  • APS-C CMOS
  • 3" LCD
Ultimately the Nikon D5100 easily overcomes its few real weak points, offering a compelling mix of great image and movie quality, precise and quick auto-focusing, accurate metering and a fantastic LCD screen, all in a format that most users will find intutive and enjoyable to use.
by Photography Blog (Apr, 2011)
An improved movie mode with greater control over exposure and sound, an expanded Guide mode and simpler controls for beginners, more connectivity options and a better LCD screen all add up to the best entry-level Nikon DSLR that we've ever reviewed.
by Photography Blog (Jun, 2012)

Mirrorless Comparisons Browse all mirrorless cameras

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Canon EOS M
  • 17.9 MP
  • APS-C CMOS
  • 3" LCD
Sony NEX-5R
  • 16 MP
  • APS-C EXMOR
  • 3" LCD
The Canon EOS M is a new compact system camera that boasts 18 megapixels, full 1080p high-definition videos with continuous auto-focusing, and a touch-screen interface.
by Photography Blog (Dec, 2012)
While it looks almost identical to its predecessor, the new 180° tilting LCD screen, faster hybrid auto-focusing, wi-fi connectivity, downloadable apps and a more refined interface make the NEX-5R a great mid-range mirrorless camera.
by Photography Blog (Nov, 2012)