Summer is heating up and our monthly top ten list of the most-viewed digital cameras is back. Top positions remained clinched by Canon and Nikon ultrazooms, and with a little shuffling of the order, all of June’s top ten cameras remained in the top ten in July. Take a look and see which camera took the biggest drop in views.
This list of cameras shows you what visitors to DigitalCameraReview.com viewed most often over the past month. The rankings are determined by the number of times a particular product page is viewed by our users. The rankings below are for the entire month of July 2010.
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|1. Canon PowerShot SX20 IS (previously #1) – The Canon SX20 retained its top ranking in July with a 20x optical zoom lens. For well under $400 on the street now, it’s a good buy as back-to-school looms on the horizon. Canon PowerShot SX20 IS Review | Canon PowerShot SX20 IS User Opinions|
|2. Nikon Coolpix P100 (previously #2) – The Coolpix P100 also keeps its spot as the second most-viewed camera on the site in July. With a 10 fps burst shooting mode, it’s built for speed. A 26x optical zoom lens puts you closer to the action. Prices haven’t strayed far from the $400 mark, so all of those features are still coming with a hefty price tag. Nikon Coolpix P100 Review | Nikon Coolpix P100 User Opinions|
|3. Canon PowerShot SD1400 IS (previously #6) – Jumping into the top five is the slim Canon SD1400. Part of a very popular lineup of Digital ELPH cameras, the SD1400 delivers 14.1 megapixels of resolution and a 28mm wide angle lens. For just over $200, it’s extremely pocketable and easy to use. Canon PowerShot SD1400 IS Review | Canon PowerShot SD1400 IS User Opinions|
|4. Nikon D3000 (previously #4) – Nikon’s DX format D3000 entry-level DSLR maintains a steady position in the top five. It’s not hard to understand why it was one of the most popular cameras of the year with a 10.2 megapixel sensor and beginner-friendly features all at a sub-$600 price. Nikon D3000 Review | Nikon D3000 User Opinions|
|5. Nikon D5000 (previously #3) – The D5000 slips back into the fifth slot in our list, though it’s had an impressive run in the top five dating back to last May. It sports a 12.3 megapixel sensor, tilting 2.7-inch LCD and 720p HD video recording – for a few extra benjamins, of course. Nikon D5000 Review | Nikon D5000 User Opinions|
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