More Choice Than Ever In Digital Cameras

For many years the digital camera market was dominated by

two types of camera. The ever smaller compacts featuring ever higher megapixel sensors, and for the more avid photographer, premium and expensive DSLRs.

However in the past couple of years we’ve had a revolution

of sorts with the emergence of the interchangeable lens camera (ILC) systems from nearly

all the major manufacturers which offer a combination of compact size with

more premium image quality.

A simple glance at the contenders for the TrustedReviews

2011 Awards
Best Digital Camera category confirms that no, more than ever

before consumers are being given wide range of cameras to choose from depending

on your specific needs.

 TrustedReviews 2011 Awards Best Digital Camera

From DLSRs like the Nikon D7000, Pentax K-r and Canon EOS 600D

right down to compacts like the Samsung WB2000 and Canon Powershot SX230 HS,

the traditional options are well covered, with significant improvements being

made over previous generations.

However it is the ILCs which have thrown the cat among the

pigeons with their combination of compact size and excellent picture quality.

Cameras like the Panasonic Lumix G3, Sony NEX-3 and Olympus PEN EP-3 show that

you don’t need to carry around a bulky DSLR to capture superb pictures.

Add to these super zoom cameras like the Canon Powershot

SX130 IS
and high-end compacts like the Fujifilm FinePix X100 and you really do

have something for all tastes and needs.

So get voting and help us choose what is the Best Digital

Camera of 2011
and be in with a chance to win £2,000 worth of gadgets at the

same time.

Vote Now: Best Digital Camera 2011

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