Edit Static BlockThese digital cameras are the high-fliers, the football captains of the camera world that, for whatever reason, have caught the eye of the public and held it. The ten cameras on this list are the best sellers on DigitalCamera-HQ, and indeed are generally among the best money can buy. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, every once in a while an ultra-stylish yet terrible camera makes the cut, yet for the most part there are few surprises. Still, unless you place ultimate trust in your fellow consumers, check out our rating before making your purchase.
Nikon's higher-end S-series models have really impressed in the last year or so. They are responsive and have the latest backside illuminated CMOS sensors. The S6300 is pretty compact for… more
Canon's highly successful SX150 IS gets a facelift with the SX160 IS, a model that keeps the AA batteries but upgrades just about everything else. The camera's zoom range has… more
Sony's A57 falls under the A65 and A77 as Sony's new mid-level SLT. Specifications are remarkably similar to the aging A55; the A57 uses the same 16 megapixel sensor yet… more
Competing up there with the likes of Nikon's P510 and Panasonic's FZ150, the HX200V is competitive if not an outright homerun. Sony is never one to skimp on features, and… more
The FZ200 marks a return to the series' vaunted past, with this latest addition boasting an incredible nano coated 25-600mm f2.8 constant zoom. While other manufacturers are piling on the… more
Nikon finally got the ruggedized camera right in the AW100, it seems. The AW100 is still a compromise in some respects (battery life), but image quality is good enough for… more
Canon has leapfrogged Nikon's P510 with the SX50 HS, a camera sporting an improbably long 24-1200mm 50x optical zoom. They're claiming improved image stabilization, up to 4.5 stops, but hand-holding… more