Digital SLR camera reviews & specs: Canon, Casio, Contax, Fuji, Kodak, Konica, Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Samsung, Sigma, Sony

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The 24.6-megapixel Alpha A900 is Sony's first full-frame digital SLR and is aimed at professional photographers, especially studio-based pros looking for the ultimate in high resolution.

£1,850.00

Our rating:  89%

The Nikon D90 - the world's first DSLR with HD video functionality - offers technology borrowed from its more expensive D300 and D3 siblings at a price that will appeal…

£699.00

Our rating:  91%

The Nikon D700 seemingly adopts the D3's spec inside a D300 body, but is the Nikon D700 too good to be true and how does it compare to the D3?…

£1,650.00

Our rating:  95%

The Canon EOS 1000D (Rebel XS in the US) is Canon's smallest, lightest and cheapest entry-level DSLR to date.

£500.00

Our rating:  85%

The 10-megapixel Olympus E-520 is the bigger brother of the E-420. The primary difference between the two is that the E-520 benefits from in-camera image stabilisation technology.

£430.00

Our rating:  88%

The 14.6-megapixel Samsung GX-20 digital SLR is the result of a partnership between camera specialist Pentax and electronics giant Samsung that delivers impressive results.

£750.00

Our rating:  89%

The 12-megapixel Canon EOS 450D (Rebel XSi in the US) features live view, 9-point AF and a 3in LCD.

£580.00

Our rating:  89%

The 10-megapixel Olympus E-420 is a purposely compact DSLR that features Live View and Shadow Adjustment technology.

£330.00

Our rating:  86%

An entry-level DSLR featuring facets of its more advanced sibling – too good to be true?...

£530.00

Our rating:  88%

An affordable high-resolution camera? Sounds good, but how does the K20D measure up against its rivals?...

£799.00

Our rating:  88%

The 14-megapixel Sony Alpha A350 is a mid-range enthusiasts digital SLR that offers an innovative new approach to live view with the aid of a tilting LCD rear screen.

£500.00

Our rating:  90%

Nikon's D60 digital SLR combines the Expeed processor of the D300 and D3 with the 10.2-megapixel CCD sensor and feature set of the D40x. The What Digital Camera review investigates...…

£450.00

Our rating:  85%

The 10.2-megapixel Sony Alpha A200 replaces the two-year-old A100 with a number of subtle improvements including a larger LCD screen and increased sensitivity range.

£400.00

Our rating:  89%

The range-topping 12.1-megapixel D3 is Nikon's first digital SLR with a full-frame sensor.

£3,399.00

Our rating:  95%

The 12.3-megapixel Nikon D300 digital SLR is finally here, but how does it improve on the already acclaimed D200?

£1,299.00

Our rating:  93%

The 11.8-megapixel Olympus E-3 replaces the E-1 as Olympus's range-topping 'professional standard' digital SLR.

£1,099.00

Our rating:  90%

Panasonic's second DSLR has some fierce competition, so how well does it put up a fight?....

£899.00

Our rating:  85%

The 12.2-megapixel Canon EOS 450D features a 3in LCD screen, live view and a revised 9-point AF system.

£900.00

Our rating:  90%

The 12.25-megapixel Sony Alpha A700 is the second digital SLR the Japanese electronics giant has launched and is aimed at the serious enthusiast.

£999.00

Our rating:  91%