|6. Canon PowerShot SD780 IS (previously #8) – The SD780 jumps up a few spots. It’s a versatile little point-and-shoot with 720p HD video recording and good image quality for the backpacker or club-goer alike. Canon PowerShot SD780 IS Review | Canon PowerShot SD780 IS User Opinions|
|7. Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7 (previously #10) – The ZS7 garnered an Editor’s Choice from DCR in April for superb image quality and versatility. Its 12x optical zoom lens offers a range equivalent to 25-300mm, providing a wealth of shooting options in its wide to telephoto range. Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7 Review | Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7 User Opinions
|8. Canon EOS Rebel T2i (previously #7) – The flagship Rebel T2i contains an 18 megapixel CMOS sensor almost identical to that of the prosumer EOS 7D. Selling for under $1000, it offers remarkable versatility and high-quality image capture. Canon EOS Rebel T2i Review | Canon EOS Rebel T2i User Opinions|
|9. Nikon Coolpix S8000 (previously #9) – The little Nikon S8000 maintains its place in our top ten with its sturdy 10x optical zoom lens and 720p HD video recording capability. About the size of an Altoids tin, it was a snappy performer and a well-balanced point-and-shoot. You might be able to snag it for under $300 right now. Nikon Coolpix S8000 Review | Nikon Coolpix User Opinions|
|10. Sony alpha NEX-5 (previously #5) – It could be that some of the buzz around the mirrorless NEX-5 has died down since its launch earlier this year. In any case, the NEX-5 falls into the last slot in our most popular list. We love it for its innovative design and compact size, but we didn’t love its dense menu system. Prices aren’t budging from the $650 mark, and it’s doubtful they will even with back-to-school sales around the corner. Sony alpha NEX-5 Review | Sony alpha NEX-5 User Opinions|
For last month’s rankings, see the Most Popular Digital Cameras of June 2010.
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