What is the best DSLR with built in stabilisation?

You want a DSLR with built in stabilisation. Here is a list of our favourite DSLR cameras with image stabilisation


DSLR cameras with built in stabilisation:

Pentax K7Pentax K-7

The K-7 is, without a doubt, the best DSLR that Pentax has ever produced. It'll please existing Pentax users who may be looking for faster performance, better autofocus or even a fairly solid movie mode to add to the fray.

Whilst the K10D has held strong for many users, the K20D only marginally brushed up upon this as an upgrade. As a result, many didn't part with their cash so soon for effectively so little - but the K-7 tidies this up once and for all and will see you tempted to reach for the piggy bank.

Summary:

 14 megapixels Has a maximum ISO of 6400 Has a manual exposure mode Has HD video Has a large LCD screen Has built-in anti shake Has a built-in flash Takes sd media cards

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Sony a900Sony a900

It should come as no surprise that the A900 is a solidly built DSLR, capable of producing highly detailed images. 

From a practical consideration, its resolution and the Carl Zeiss optics currently available make it a perfect match for landscape and studio photographers, as well as anyone else needing high-resolution files.

With its full-frame sensor, those still holding on to their Minolta lenses will also regain their wide angles. Hats off to Sony for the grip and flash options it provides for use with the model, too.

Summary:

Over 24 megapixels Has a maximum ISO of 6400 Has a manual exposure mode Has a large LCD screen Has built-in anti shake Has a built-in flash Takes cf media cards  

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Olympus E-3Olympus E-3

The E-3 doesn't offer many innovations, compared to either its competitors or Olympus lower-end models. What it does offer, though, is a fantastic build quality, excellent images and a functional, pleasant user experience.

Summary:

12 megapixels Has a maximum ISO of 3200  Has a manual exposure mode Has built-in anti shake Has a built-in flash Takes xd media cardsUses CF type memory cards

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