If you want a GOOD and compact DSLR that doesn't skimp on features and has an excellent range of similarly compact lenses to go with it; buy a Pentax instead
Please go away Canon, I don't love you anymore
As someone who both loves and owns old film cameras along with new digital ones I would just like to say;
I bought a Pentax MX for £30 the other day, lol!
You can buy an amazingly good film camera with 2 or 3 brilliant lenses alongside an enlarger for easily less than this.
Film is alive and well, even amongst the young!
I would say this, having just bought an enlarger....
I'd still rather have a Samyang (or two for this price)
Buy 2 monitors, orientate one horizontally and one vertically. Not only will viewing websites and reading articles be much better with the extra length but you also don't waste masses of useless screen space by having SQUARE monitors.
NO ONE WANTS SQUARE MONITORS!
These comments are despicable, a lot of you should be very ashamed of yourselves.
This is more than a week early, surely
Really disappointing that the new 30mm f/1.4 isn't available in Pentax K mount. I mean really how hard is it to bolt a different mount to the bottom of the damn lens?
3D images with a single lens? DAMN YO!
Nice to see Pentax destroy Canon amongst the APS-C cameras in this poll. Rightly so too!
I hope that doesn't sound like fanboyism, the K30 really is an amazing camera and no doubt overlooked by many people.
I originally bought a 650D, after having used it for a while and not being that impressed I ended up selling it and buying a Pentax K30 instead. I can definitely say its a better camera in almost every way, and its nice to see it completely beasting the Canon in this poll.
Considering just how many more 650Ds have been sold in comparison to the Pentax, and knowing just how fantastic and fully featured a camera the Pentax is in comparison to it I am sure the K30 would get a much higher score had it got more users. This camera really is a dark horse!
I think the OM-D deserves to win though, as it is one of those rare creations that has no true flaws. I also agree with the high placement of the D800 for its sheer image quality, Canon's new 5D might be a more rounded camera certainly, but it doesn't push the boundaries as much nor is it capable of such heights of light capturing goodness.