Voting has closed for this surveyDo you think your current DSLR is the best thing since sliced bread, or can nothing surpass your Pentax K1000 film camera? There have been thousands of cameras released over the years, but some stand out above the others – and now it’s time for you to tell us which model you think is the greatest camera of all time.
We are compiling a list of the top 100 cameras to find out what you, the AP reader, thinks is the best camera ever made. However, picking just one camera is a hard task, so we’re asking for up to three votes per person. We have also put together a list of more than 800 popular models for our poll, but you are free to choose any camera you wish.
Some cameras have changed the face of photography and revolutionised the market, while others have just performed better than anything else at the time. There are hundreds of models that could be considered worthy for this accolade. For example, the original box Brownie certainly had a huge impact on the world of amateur photography, as did the Canon EOS 300D, which was the first real budget DSLR, breaking under the £1,000 barrier. The Nikon F was a hit with professionals in the 1960s, while the Nikon D3 arguably changed the face of digital photography, being the company’s first full-frame DSLR, and who could forget the Leica M3.
However, the choice is yours, so make sure you think carefully before you make your final decision. To vote, click on here and enter your choices. Also, submit your details at the end of the survey for a chance to win £50 cash.
The closing date for votes is Wednesday, 12 October 2011, and we will publish the results in a supplement accompanying our 5 November issue.
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