Interested in a pro DSLR ? Here we've rounded up the top ten (out of 21) pro DSLRs . Some of the top manufacturers of pro DSLRs are Canon, Nikon and Sony.

DSLR

Digital SLRs (also called DSLRs) are the digital equivalent of the old film SLRs. SLR cameras all have interchangeable lenses, and an optical viewfinder that lets you look through the lens and see exactly what the camera will capture when you take a photo.

Canon EOS 70D
$999
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Canon EOS 70D
Touch screen
Touch screen
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Less buttons
Screen flips out
Flip-out screen
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Great for movies
Badge
Phase detection video autofocus
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fast and accurate
Shutter lag
Barely any delay taking photos
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75 ms shutter lag
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Canon EOS 5D Mark III
$2,499
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Screen size
Large screen
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3.2"
Viewfinder size
Large viewfinder
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0.71x
Light sensitivity
High ISO
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25,600 ISO
Shutter lag
Barely any delay taking photos
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120 ms shutter lag
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Canon EOS 6D
$1,399
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Canon EOS 6D
Viewfinder size
Large viewfinder
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0.71x
Light sensitivity
High ISO
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25,600 ISO
Light sensitivity (boost)
High ISO (boost)
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102,400 ISO
Size
Really small
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Professional size 145x111x71 mm
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Nikon D750
$1,997
Pro DSLR, announced 8 months ago
Nikon D750
Low light performance
Low noise at high ISO
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2,956 ISO
Overall image quality
Great image quality
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93.0
Movie format
Full HD
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1080p @ 60fps
Dynamic range
Wide dynamic range
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14.5 EV
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Nikon D610
$1,200
Pro DSLR, announced over a year ago
Nikon D610
Low light performance
Low noise at high ISO
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2,980 ISO
Overall image quality
Great image quality
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94.0
Color depth
Great color depth
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25.1 bits
Dynamic range
Wide dynamic range
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14.2 EV
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Canon EOS 7D Mark II
$1,699
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Movie format
Full HD
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1080p @ 60fps
Continuous shooting
Rapid fire
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10 fps
Lens availability
Many lenses available
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197 lenses
Focus points
Many focus points
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65
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Nikon D810
$2,997
Pro DSLR, announced 11 months ago
Nikon D810
Low light performance
Low noise at high ISO
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2,853 ISO
Overall image quality
Great image quality
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97.0
Movie format
Full HD
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1080p @ 60fps
Color depth
Great color depth
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25.7 bits
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Nikon D800
$2,799
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Nikon D800
Low light performance
Low noise at high ISO
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2,853 ISO
Overall image quality
Great image quality
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95.0
Color depth
Great color depth
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25.3 bits
Dynamic range
Wide dynamic range
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14.4 EV
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Nikon D600
$1,354
Pro DSLR, announced over 2 years ago
Nikon D600
Low light performance
Low noise at high ISO
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2,980 ISO
Overall image quality
Great image quality
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94.0
Color depth
Great color depth
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25.1 bits
Dynamic range
Wide dynamic range
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14.2 EV
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Sony SLT A77 II
$898
Pro DSLR, announced over a year ago
Sony SLT A77 II
Movie format
Full HD
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1080p @ 60fps
Screen resolution
High resolution screen
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1,228k dots
Viewfinder size
Large viewfinder
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0.71x
Image stabilization
Image stabilization
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Sensor shift
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discussion about pro DSLRs

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Avatar for Sofia Adam Sofia Adam (7:53 AM, January 20, 2013)
I've been shooting with my Nikon D40 for a long time now. It has been my entry-level camera. I love this lightweight easy to handle camera. It's been the perfect little friend to learn photography.
For a while now though, I've felt it's time to move up a step. Since I'm starting to get more serious about the photography business, mainly shooting families and children in natural light environment, I feel the need of something more. I've been reading and looking at reviews for a while and I'm seriously thinking of the D600.
My lenses are: 18-55 kit, 35mm, 70-200mm and 16-85mm
I would appriciate any feedback on this, is the D600 a good choice?
Thanks in advance