Canon EOS 1D X
Starting at $6,800 (body only), the Canon EOS 1D X holds a resolution of 18-megapixels CMOS. Made for continuous sports shooting, the camera houses on-chip noise reduction and the new dual Digic 5+ processor.
A 24.5-megapixel FX-format digital single reflex camera, the Nikon D3X offers two live view shooting modes. With 100 percent viewfinder coverage, the device offers continuous shooting with speed at up to 5 fps. The Nikon D3X price starts at $7,999.95 (body only).
Starting at $999.95 (body only), the Nikon D7000 holds 16.2-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor, offering continuous shooting mode at 6 fps. With full time autofocus mode, the device provides Full 1080p HD Movie recording.
Sony Alpha A99
Starting at $2,799.99 (body only), the Sony Alpha A99 sports the latest full-frame CMOS sensor with a resolution of 24.3-megapixel. With Sony’s SLT technology, the device holds an electronic viewfinder with a resolution of 2.4m dots. It boasts OLED technology and makes a great pro-level camera.
Starting at $2,999.95 (body only), the Nikon D800 comes with a 36.3-megapixel camera, offering users choice of shooting in different sensor crops including Nikon’s own DX APS-C format that can reduce the camera’s resolution to a handy 15.3-megapixel.