Most Popular Digital Cameras of October 2010

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The venerable PowerShot SX20 kept its place at the top of our list, but there was some movement within the top five by the DSLRs. Nikon’s DSLRs dropped into the bottom five, with the Canon T2i gaining some traction and landing in the third spot. The usual PowerShot, Coolpix and Lumix suspects are still on the list, with a little shuffling within the ranks. Keep reading to see exactly how everything shook out.

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1. Canon PowerShot SX20 IS (previously #1)  Interest in the Canon SX20 remains strong even after the announcement of the SX30. The 20x ultrazoom continues to offer plenty of picture-taking power. Canon PowerShot SX20 IS Review Canon PowerShot SX20 IS User Opinions
2. Nikon Coolpix P100 (previously #2) – Nikon’s flagship ultrazoom is not far behind the SX20 in second place. The P100 was a very strong performer in our testing with a 26x optical zoom and full 1080p HD video.  Nikon Coolpix P100 Review | Nikon Coolpix P100 User Opinions
Canon T2i 3. Canon Rebel T2i (previously #5) Jumping up a few more spots is the flagship Rebel, the T2i. It’s still a great value with an 18 megapixel CMOS sensor and plenty of premium features handed down the line from the 7D. Canon Rebel T2i Review | Canon Rebel T2i User Opinions
Canon PowerShot SD1400

Canon PowerShot SD1400 IS (previously #4) – The slender PowerShot SD1400 continues to hold a place in the top five with 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


Olympus E-5
5. Olympus E-5 (first time on the list) The freshly-reviewed E-5 makes its way into the top ten for the first time. The rugged follow-up to the E-3 features a 12.3 megapixel sensor, a 3.0-inch flip-out LCD and in-camera image stabilization.  Olympus E-5 Review | Olympus E-5 User Opinions

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