Most Popular Digital Cameras of July ’12

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6. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX200V (previously #5)


Sony Cyber-shot HX200The HX200V doesn’t have all of the zoom range of the P510, but a 30x optical zoom with Zeiss branding is plenty impressive. It offers GPS tracking, a speedy auto focus system and 1080 HD video recording.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX200V Review

7. Canon PowerShot SX40 HS (previously #6)


Canon PowerShot SX40The ultrazooms rank supreme this month. The formidable SX40 is yet another big-zoom contender with a 35x lens. Naturally, it also includes 1080p HD video capture, and it offers an impressive and much-needed image stabilization system.

Canon PowerShot SX40 HS Review

8. Canon EOS Rebel T3 (previously #8)


Canon EOS Rebel T3Though Canon recently announced its latest T4i entry-level DSLR, the T3 is still hanging in there with a highly capable 12 megapixel CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 4 processor. It shows its age with a lack of full HD video, offering instead a 720p maximum video resolution.

Canon EOS Rebel T3 Review

9. Pentax Optio WG-1 GPS (back on the list)


pentax Optio WG1Replaced by the WG-2 GPS, the WG-1 makes a comeback on our list. It’s a rugged camera that will have no problem weathering rough outdoor activities. It’s not afraid of a little water – in fact it’s waterproof to 33 feet of water.

Pentax Optio WG-1 GPS Review

10. Samsung WB150F (first time on the list)


Samsung WB150FSamsung’s WB150F is all about wireless connectivity. Share photos via integrated WiFi connectivity, or create an ad hoc connection to your smartphone and the possibilities are practically limitless. It offers a big 18x optical zoom lens and the benefits of auto and manual exposure modes.

Samsung WB150F Review

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