DSLR and Interchangeable Lens Camera Reviews
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|1Ds Mk III|
1D Mark IV
1D Mk III
5D Mk II
5D (Mk I)
|Fuji S5 Pro|
Leica Digilux 3
What is this?
This is a guide that features reviews of interchangeable lens cameras. Click on each dSLR's name to get a list of reviews. Each review list is presented in a unique 3-column format. We are using a "KFC secret" set of rules to organize the reviews in the three columns. The purpose of this grouping is to give the reader a wider variety of opinion. Please note the navigation links above that allow you to quickly surf from a particular list of reviews back to the review index page. Additionally, to make it easier for you to access this page, we have created a short url: noisyreviews.com
- Older and newer dSLRs will be added over the next few weeks.
- We use the term "DSLR" because it's easier to type, but this features other interchangeable-lens cameras, such as digital rangefinders, Micro Four Thirds. Also the Leica S2 system and medium format will be added in the next few weeks.
- If you notice any typos, inaccuracies, broken links, or missing reviews, please let us know! This is a very elaborate project, so it is bound not to be perfect.
- Because we are only using three categories, one can make strong arguments for the inclusion of specific DSLR models in a higher or lower grouping. If you strongly believe that a dSLR should be included in a different group, please make a strong case and we will consider it, or even put it to a vote if it's controversial. We blog, you decide!
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- At the risk of unleashing the wrath of the Sonolta fans, we moved the Sony A3XX-series to the bottom row, in anticipating of the rumored A5XX series