Here we have a list of the Top 10 Professional Digital Cameras Reviews. Professional photography requires cameras that can perform at levels above consumer DSLRs. This means that cameras used by professionals must be customizable and compatible with a wide range of studio equipment and other accessories. However, choosing what pro-level camera to buy can be challenging, what with the overwhelming number of options out there. Yet there are those that are bound to be better than others. With that in mind, here’s a list of the top 10 pro-photography cameras in the market:
TOP 10 Digital Cameras
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
The Canon EOS 5D Mark III has an impressive update to its set of features, such as more configurability, excellent video and photo quality, streamlined shooting design, and better performance compared to its predecessor.
Read our Full Canon EOS 5D Mark III Review
This is Nikon’s update to its D3S series, which features faster performance in terms of continuous shooting, more flexible and better video quality, and a sensor with higher resolution. Of course, it has a host of other new, attractive features.
Canon EOS 7D
The EOS 7D is more of a midrange DSLR. It has an autofocus system that’s quite flexible, a bright, big viewfinder, a flash control that’s wireless, a streamlined interface, and photo quality that’s nothing short of excellent. It’s a DSLR that’s really worth your money.
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The D800 has an impressive full-frame and its targeted users are non-sports professionals, like those who shoot for landscapes and weddings, as well as architectural photographers who focus on subjects with little motion. Quality-wise, the images it captures are spectacular. Full Nikon D800 Review
It’s a relatively inexpensive camera for the features it offers, such as its smart design, fast capture, and impressive photo quality. Its resulting images are clean at midrange or low ISO sensitivities, with algorithms that reduce noise.
Sony Alpha SLT-A99
It’s a full-frame camera that captures great quality photos with accurate colors (if you use its ‘Neutral Creative Style’ setting) and well-resolved details. The resulting images also have good latitude in terms of highlights as well as broad tonal ranges. With its solid performance and well-designed body, the SLT-A99 makes for an excellent option for pros.
Read our Sony Alpha SLT-A99 Review
If you’re looking for low-light focus that’s slightly improved as well as burst speed, then the D300s is the unit for you. Its other features include: dual card slots, video capture, and on-board wireless flash controller.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
It’s an excellent follow up to the 5D model. It’s a full-frame, top-flight camera that delivers fine images along with a fluid shooting experience. It gives you almost everything that you’d expect from a professional DSLR model.
Canon EOS 1100D
Also known as Rebel T3 in the United States, the EOS 1100D is designed for those who are new into professional photography. It is, by far, the most affordable among the EOS DSLR models of Canon. It has a 12mp APS-C sensor that’s capable of capturing respectable images. Professional Digital Camera Reviews from ep
Canon EOS 6D
It has a relatively lightweight frame with a full-frame sensor. In terms of photo quality, the EOS 6D is a worthy upgrade from the APS-C model for consumers. It can deliver excellent noise reduction and JPEG processing, as well as great tonal quality and dynamic range. And, if you change its default settings, you can capture photos with accurate colors.
Read our Canon EOS 6D Review
Thanks for looking at the Top 10 Professional Digital Camera Reviews 2014, we will be updating this list as newer camera’s are released this year.