Most Popular Digital Cameras of October 2011

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6. Canon EOS Rebel T3 (previously #5) Sliding into the sixth spot is the T3. It offers a beginning DSLR user everything she could hope for with a 9-point AF system, 12.2 megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 processor. Canon EOS Rebel T3 Review | Canon EOS Rebel T3 User Opinions

7. Canon PowerShot S95 (previously #7) – Canon’s formidable S95 hangs onto its number 7 position. It still boasts a highly capable 10 megapixel sensor, 720p HD video recording and a 3.0-inch LCD. Canon PowerShot S95 Review | Canon PowerShot S95 User Opinions

Canon SX30

8. Canon PowerShot SX30 IS (previously #9) – The SX30 ultrazoom has been recently replaced by the SX40 but it still offers a healthy 35x optical zoom lens, 720p HD video and a tilt-swivel LCD. Canon PowerShot SX30 IS Review | Canon PowerShot SX30 IS User Opinions

Sony TX100V

9. Kodak EasyShare Sport C123 (previously #8) – The budget-oriented EasyShare Sport isn’t remarkable outside of its ability to take a beating. It’s a cheap option for a waterproof, shockproof and coldproof camera. Kodak EasyShare Sport C123 Review | Kodak EasyShare Sport C123 User Opinions

10. Olympus E-PM1 (first time on the list) – The smallest PEN camera of them all offers the same imaging engine as its E-P3 and E-PL3 siblings as well as 1080 HD video, beginner-friendly Live Guide modes and in-camera art filters. Olympus E-PM1 Review | Olympus E-PM1 User Opinions

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