2016 Best Digital Cameras

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon's 5D series of cameras has a rich heritage – the original EOS 5D bought full-frame photography to the masses, the Mark II unleashed Full HD video capture for the first time on a DSLR, and while the Mark III became a firm favourite amongst photographers.

The 5D Mark IV pretty much tweaks and improves on everything before it. With a new sensor that delivers pin-sharp results, a 61-point AF system that's incredibly advanced and some very polished handling, the 5D Mark IV has to be one of the best DSLRs we've seen.
Nikon D3300

Best cheap dSLR

Very good photo quality for its class plus decent performance make the Nikon D3300 a solid choice for a first dSLR. Since it's an older model, the price is now in a good territory for folks on a budget.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000

Best bridge camera

With excellent photo and video quality and a deep feature set, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 is the perfect mix if you want dSLR-like controls and better than point-and-shoot performance with the convenience of a single fixed lens.

Fuji X-T2

Fuji's update to the X-T1 may look similar at first glance, but there have been some big improvements and perhaps the biggest of all is the autofocus. A huge leap forward compared with the system found in the X-T1, AF tracking of moving subjects is very snappy, while the level of sophistication and customisation is impressive.
Add in 8 frames per second burst shooting, a clever double-hinged rear display, bright EVF, Fuji's excellent 24.3MP X Trans III CMOS sensor and plenty of body mounted controls and you're left with one of the best cameras available today.

Nikon D500

Nikon has taken their flagship D5 DSLR and most of its high-end features and distilled all of this into a smaller, but still very durable metal body.

The full-frame sensor is replaced by an 20.9MP APS-C sized chip, so it hasn't got quite the same resolving power as the D7200, but it does mean the D500 can shoot at a rapid 10fps, while the 153-point AF arrangement is perhaps the best autofocus system out there right now. A brilliant all-rounder, it excels at fast action like sports and wildlife photography.

Sony Alpha A7R II

Once, if you wanted a professional quality full frame camera it had to be a Nikon or Canon DSLR. But Sony has changed all that with its mirrorless A7 series cameras, and the A7R II is its highest resolution model. Its 42.4 megapixel sensor is second only to the 50-megapixel sensor in the Canon 5DS for resolution, yet the A7R II is only two-thirds the size and weight of the Canon.

It has a high-resolution electronic viewfinder and 5-axis image stabilization built into the camera body, and the full-time live view that's integral to the mirrorless design gives Sony's A7-series cameras a real advantage for video.

Sony RX100 IV

The problem with DSLRs and mirrorless cameras is that they don't fit in your pocket. They're fine if you're going out on a proper photo expedition with all the gear, but impractical on a day out with family or friends.

That's why high-end compact cameras are so popular – they combine DSLR-style manual controls with a bigger sensor and better image quality than you'll get from a regular pocket-sized compact. And Sony's RX100 series cameras pull off that combination of compactness and quality brilliantly.

The latest model is the RX100 V, but we've chosen the very similar RX100 IV because it's practically as good but that bit cheaper. You get a 1-inch sensor and a 2.9x zoom lens with a large maximum aperture plus a high resolution pop-up EVF, Wi-Fi with NFC, up to 16fps continuous shooting (in Speed Priority) and a customisable control ring around the lens. Brilliant.

Nikon D7200

We've come a long way down this list without mentioning a single DSLR, and there was a time when this was the camera of choice for any keen photographer. So this is where we put this right, with a pat on the back for the Nikon D7200. This is one of Nikon's most advanced APS-C format cameras and offers compelling blend of power, performance and price.

It has a 24-megapixel APS-C format sensor with no anti-aliasing filter to produce some of the sharpest images you'll see outside of professional full-frame cameras. The D7200 can shoot at 6 frames per second for up to 100 JPEG photos or 27 raw files, and it uses a 51-point autofocus system taken straight from Nikon's pro DSLR range. The only other APS-C Nikon to beat it is the brand new D500, and that costs a lot more money.
Canon EOS 760D

We like the Nikon D7200 and we like the Canon EOS 760D for much the same reasons. These cameras offer a level of performance, features and image quality that are not so far behind much more expensive professional cameras, but at a price which the average photo enthusiast can afford – and maybe have enough cash left over for a couple of decent lenses, too.

There is a cheaper alternative, the EOS 750D, which uses the same sensor, but we prefer the EOS 760D for its more advanced external controls and its additional status LCD on the top plate.

Panasonic LX100

We've already featured one high-end compact camera on our list and here's another. The LX100 would be a lot higher on our list if it wasn't for just a couple of little gripes. Its multi-aspect ratio sensor only delivers 12 million pixels, even though the sensor has 16 million, and it's just a little too big for the average pocket.

Otherwise, it's a dream. Somehow, Panasonic has squeezed a mirrorless camera sized Micro Four Thirds sensor into its compact camera sized body, and a 4x zoom lens to go with it with a maximum aperture of f/1.7-2.8. It's topped off with traditional external controls for lens aperture and shutter speed, and it's like using a beautiful classic camera with all the advantages of modern digital imaging.

Sony A7R II

Best mirrorless ILC

Overall, the Sony A7R II is a great camera for folks who need a high-resolution full-frame model in a more compact design than is available in a dSLR.

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