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Canon EOS 1D Mark IV

Canon EOS 1D Mark IV

Pro photographers have an even more difficult choice to face when going with Canon or Nikon thanks to the new Canon EOS 1D Mark IV ($5,000). Like the recently announced Nikon D3s, the Mark IV sports a maximum ISO of 102,400 and HD video recording — in full 1080p, unlike the 720p-limited Nikon — and also packs a 45-point autofocus sensor, dual DIGIC 4 imaging processors, a 16.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, 10 fps shooting, a three-inch LCD, and more.

  • Leica M9

    If you've been longing for a digital version of the legendary Leica rangefinder, your wait is over. The Leica M9 (£4,850; roughly $8,075) is the world's first full-frame Leica digital rangefinder, and also the world's smallest full-frame camera, period. It boasts an 18 megapixel, full-frame 24 x 36mm sensor, full compatibility with Leica's M lenses, ISO from 80 to 2500, shutter speeds of up to 1/4000 of a second, a sturdy one-piece, full metal housing, with a magnesium alloy body and solid brass top and bottom plates, a 2.5-inch monitor, and quick access to the features and adjustments serious photographers care about most.

  • Panasonic Lumix GF1

    HD video? Check. Interchangeable lenses? Check. Pocketable size? Check. The Panasonic Lumix GF1 ($900; October 2009) is the latest Micro Four Thirds camera to combine the best aspects of a DSLR with a point-and-shoot sized body, packing a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor, a 3-inch LCD with 60 frames-per-second full-time Live View images, 720p HD video recording, a built-in flash, SDHC storage, mini-HDMI output, optical image stabilization, and more.