Top 4 full frame DSLRs
Digital Photographer reveals its top full frame DSLRs
1. Canon Eos 5D Mark II The 5D Mk II is well over two years old now, but it still offers 21MP from its full frame sensor at a competitive price. You also get full HD movies with full manual control. At a price of around £1,650 it undercuts most of its rivals too.
2. Nikon D3s It’s only got a 12 MP (the D3x has 24MP), but the D3s’s high ISO performance is truly astonishing. It can also shoot at 9fps (11fps with DX-format lenses in crop mode), which is a huge achievement for a camera with a full size mirror/shutter mechanism.
3. Sony Alpha A850 Sony’s second stab at the full-frame SLR is a watered-down version of the A900 SLR. The £2,000 price and 24MP made headlines when it was launched.
4. Leica M9 Leica has at last engineered a full frame version of is M-series rangefinder cameras. It looks and works just like an M-series camera, but with a sensor rather then film, and takes classic Leica lenses too.