Popular Science's Low-light DSLR camera comparison

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I’m a fan of Canon DSLR cameras. When I’ve needed some really good-looking shots, they’ve never let me down. That’s why I was happy to see a 40D on this Popular Science list of the best low-light DSLR cameras, along with the Sony Alpha A700 and the Nikon D3.

It’s not the most exhaustive list, but it smartly addresses the differences between the three cameras in an easy to digest features/benefit format. Also, it explains not just that they’re different, but why. If you’re camera shopping for a mid-range to high-end DSLR, and you’re planning on any type of non-studio photography, take PopSci’s advice. Hit the link to learn more.

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