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Nikon D3s

Nikon D3s

Whether you're a photo journalist or a hobbyist with a passion — and budget — for the latest and greatest, the new Nikon D3s ($5,200) should be on your list. With an eye-popping maximum ISO of 102,400, this new 12.1 megapixel beast can shoot photos or 720p video in near-darkness, and also offers 9 fps full-frame shooting in bursts up to 36 RAW or 82 JPEG files, Nikon's world-class 51-point AF system, 3D Color Matrix Metering II, one-button Live View, dual CF card slots, and more.

  • 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.

  • Canon EOS 7D

    Arriving just in time to give the Nikon D300s some much-needed competition, the new Canon EOS 7D ($1,700; September 2009) is ready to make a run at the title of "best semi-pro DSLR." It features dual DIGIC processors for 8 fps shooting, an 18 megapixel sensor, full 1080p video at 24, 25, or 30 fps, an all-new 19-point Autofocus system, a built-in dual axis electronic level for perfectly-framed shots, a 3-inch LCD with Live View, an intelligent viewfinder with 100 percent frame coverage, and more.