Best Cameras of 2014

  1. Smaller and lighter than DSLRs cameras but with interchangeable lenses:
    1. Sony a6000 $748
    2. FujiFilm X-T1 $1,698
    3. Panasonic GH3 $1,098
    4. Sony NEX-5T $498
    5. Samsung NX3000 $510
  2. Best low-priced DSLR cameras for beginning and intermediate photographers:
    1. Nikon D5200 $647
    2. Canon 60D $699
    3. Canon T3i $499
    4. Canon T5i $699
    5. Canon SL1 $599
  3. Best top of the line DSLR cameras for professionals and serious photographers:
    1. Nikon D810 $3,297
    2. Canon 6D $1,699
    3. Canon 5D Mark III $3,199
    4. Nikon D800 $2,899
    5. Nikon D800E $3,016
  4. The longest zoom ranges on the market, for great wide angle shots and close ups:
    1. Canon SX510 HS $199
    2. Canon SX50 HS $399
    3. Panasonic FZ200 $448
    4. FujiFilm HS50EXR $331
    5. Leica V-Lux 4 $899
  5. Best zoom ranges in a compact camera. Carry up to 24x zoom in your pocket:
    1. Canon SX700 HS $299
    2. Sony WX350 $248
    3. Samsung WB35F $99
    4. Panasonic ZS40 $398
    5. Samsung WB350F $168
  6. Waterproof cameras for pool, beach, snorkeling. Dust and shock resistant for tough use:
    1. Olympus TG-3 $349
    2. Sony TX30 $196
    3. Canon D20 $249
    4. Panasonic TS5 $299
  7. For best picture quality in a compact camera with an inbuilt lens:
    1. Sony RX100 II $648
    2. Canon G16 $449
    3. Canon S120 $449
    4. Nikon P7800 $547
    5. Panasonic LX7 $335
  8. Cheap and popular pocket cameras that take great pictures for the money:
    1. Sony W800 $78
    2. FujiFilm XP70 $169
    3. Nikon AW120 $289
    4. Samsung DV150F $98
    5. Nikon S5200 $85
  9. New Cameras of 2014
    The latest cameras to be announced in 2014:
    1. Nikon D810 $3,297
    2. Samsung NX3000 $510
    3. Nikon S2 $447
    4. Sony RX100 III $798
    5. Canon N100 $349

Points of Interest

Best Cameras of 2012
We did some hands on testing in 2012 and picked these cameras as the best.
Hands-On Shoot-Outs
Some of our past shoout-outs between some of the most popular cameras in the market.
PhotoScope
Use the PhotoScope tool to compare photographs of our test scene taken by any two cameras of your choosing at different ISO levels.
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