1. Nikon D7200
It has a big name to live up to, because its been long regarded the the Nikon D7100 is one of the best DSLRs on the market. While by no means a flagship, the latest in the line also now adds a larger buffer, an improved autofocus in lowlight, 60p video, WiFi with NFC, and a much better battery life. It will offer the same 24.2 megapixels and a 3.2mm display. Ships early April.
2. Canon EOS 5DS and 5DS R
At long last, Canon’s brand new flagship. Both are primarily for still photographers, and the only difference is that the S model offers optical low-pass filter while the SR has a self-canceling filter. Both are 50 megapixels, with 5fps continuous shooting. The super high-resolution full frame models are still inferior to the Mark III in terms of maximum ISO and continuous shooting speed, for photographers on the go. They will be available by June 2015.
3. Canon EOS 760D/EOS Rebel T6s
This SLR features a 24 megapixel CMOS sensor, Digic 6 processor, and an ISO range of 100-12800. Designed for experienced photographs, it has more advanced features and functions, including an LDC info display, control dial on the rear, horizontal level, HDR movie mode and Servo AF in live view.
4. Pentax K-S2
The compact SLR features WiFi connectivity to share seamlessly. It features a 20 megapixel, AA Filter-less CMOS sensor and Prime MII imaging engine. With an advanced HDR mode, weather and dust resistance, and minimal weight of only 678 grams make this a great camera for adventurers.
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