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55% of dPS Readers Will Have a New Camera in the next Year

Last month we asked our readers whether they were planning on buying a new camera? Just over 28,000 readers responded and the results are now in!

New camera poll

Looks like 55% of our readers will have a new camera in their camera bag in the next 12 months!

If you are one of them – which one will it be?

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

  • Jeannie

    Canon EOS 5D Mark iii – way excited!!!

  • http://www.anthonymarkphotography.net Anthony

    My plans are for a Nikon D600 (I have a D7000 now which would become my backup), and either a Sigma 70-200 f2.8 lens or the new Nikon 70-200 f4.

  • http://www.portraitinspiration.com Jai Catalano

    I plan on getting a new lens and stick with that one for the whole year.

  • T Bolton

    Planning getting the Sony a99 to compliment the a77 in February. Primarily to us for landscapes and portraits. Will add the 35mm f1.4 at time of purchase.

  • http://www.movedbypixels.com Morgan Nelson

    I will be purchasing a Canon EOS-M as soon as it is available locally. This will replace my current ‘grab and run” camera, a Canon PowerShot s95. I will also be buying a Canon 6D to be my second DSLR to accompany my current 5D MIII.

  • Peter

    Well I just bought a new camera. I was looking at high end cameras like the Sony A77 and the Pentax K-5 II, but I decided it would be foolish to make that leap due to the complexity of those cameras. I ended up with the Fujifilm – FinePix F770EXR and hope it is a good starter camera. In a few months we’ll see about a high(er) end camera.

  • http://ericheymans.com Eric Heymans

    I just got a Nikon D800E .. and a discreet FujiFilm X10 to enjoy street photography. MAybe a new len, next year!

  • Leonardo lacchini

    I will be purchasing a Canon 7D when 7D Mk II will be release and aither a sigma 10-20 to substitute my tamron 17-50

  • http://www.ylitalot.net/ Juha Ylitalo

    Two big questions with subtopics … 6D or 5DMkIII as upgrade to 5DMkII or complete switchover to m4:3 (Olympus OM-D and/or Panasonic G5).
    Time will show, which combination wins.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/yeelenmoller Yeelen

    If a big wad of cash suddenly falls into my hands, then I’d like to buy a 5DIII. If a slightly smaller wad of cash falls into my hands, I think I’ll look out for the 7D Mark II when it finally comes out :)

  • Tim Gray

    Define “NEW” camera. Will I have a new to me camera? yes. I am planning on buying an old out of date, useless 5D Mk II in the spring. I know, how can I even hope to take a photograph with such out of date equipment….. but I’ll suffer. By then their prices will drop to the price of a new Rebel for a barely used model (They are currently at the $1100 price point, I’m after the $800-900 price point for something with under 10,000 shutter actuations.)

  • Kate Feller

    I actually plan on buying a Canon T4i in November. I am very excited since it’ll be my first DSLR (yay)!!

  • Dennis White

    I hope tto receive a new Canon eos 60d this week.

  • Mark

    Sony RX100. Originally thought about an EOS-M (1st attempt, not quite there), Pana GX1 (too expensive), X10 (maybe), and G1X (just too big) to replace my G9 as an everywhere camera. Decided that all of them are a compromise in one way or another over the DSLR and that pocketability with good IQ was the way to go as I could forgive the IQ not being full frame quality given the size but not so much for the others.

  • Marc

    I wish the graph would be more color blind friendly. I’m a little color blind and I can’t tell what color goes with what category.

  • http://RobertWRozell.com Robert

    Yes just got a nikon F4. a Leica IIIc(2), and looking at D700 maybe a D3.
    yes I still shoot film and plan to more often.Also looking at Nikon 14 -24mm and the 24-70.
    and then a good super wide.

  • Cindy

    Canon EOS Rebel T3i

  • Aaks

    I will stick with my DSLR until it breaks. Yet I m looking forward to add few lenses to my arsenal.

Some older comments

  • Aaks

    October 30, 2012 11:57 am

    I will stick with my DSLR until it breaks. Yet I m looking forward to add few lenses to my arsenal.

  • Cindy

    October 30, 2012 04:11 am

    Canon EOS Rebel T3i

  • Robert

    October 30, 2012 01:52 am

    Yes just got a nikon F4. a Leica IIIc(2), and looking at D700 maybe a D3.
    yes I still shoot film and plan to more often.Also looking at Nikon 14 -24mm and the 24-70.
    and then a good super wide.

  • Marc

    October 30, 2012 01:35 am

    I wish the graph would be more color blind friendly. I'm a little color blind and I can't tell what color goes with what category.

  • Mark

    October 29, 2012 09:41 pm

    Sony RX100. Originally thought about an EOS-M (1st attempt, not quite there), Pana GX1 (too expensive), X10 (maybe), and G1X (just too big) to replace my G9 as an everywhere camera. Decided that all of them are a compromise in one way or another over the DSLR and that pocketability with good IQ was the way to go as I could forgive the IQ not being full frame quality given the size but not so much for the others.

  • Dennis White

    October 29, 2012 05:51 am

    I hope tto receive a new Canon eos 60d this week.

  • Kate Feller

    October 29, 2012 05:03 am

    I actually plan on buying a Canon T4i in November. I am very excited since it'll be my first DSLR (yay)!!

  • Tim Gray

    October 29, 2012 03:26 am

    Define "NEW" camera. Will I have a new to me camera? yes. I am planning on buying an old out of date, useless 5D Mk II in the spring. I know, how can I even hope to take a photograph with such out of date equipment..... but I'll suffer. By then their prices will drop to the price of a new Rebel for a barely used model (They are currently at the $1100 price point, I'm after the $800-900 price point for something with under 10,000 shutter actuations.)

  • Yeelen

    October 28, 2012 10:37 pm

    If a big wad of cash suddenly falls into my hands, then I'd like to buy a 5DIII. If a slightly smaller wad of cash falls into my hands, I think I'll look out for the 7D Mark II when it finally comes out :)

  • Juha Ylitalo

    October 28, 2012 09:57 pm

    Two big questions with subtopics ... 6D or 5DMkIII as upgrade to 5DMkII or complete switchover to m4:3 (Olympus OM-D and/or Panasonic G5).
    Time will show, which combination wins.

  • Leonardo lacchini

    October 28, 2012 05:58 pm

    I will be purchasing a Canon 7D when 7D Mk II will be release and aither a sigma 10-20 to substitute my tamron 17-50

  • Eric Heymans

    October 28, 2012 03:06 pm

    I just got a Nikon D800E .. and a discreet FujiFilm X10 to enjoy street photography. MAybe a new len, next year!

  • Peter

    October 28, 2012 01:02 pm

    Well I just bought a new camera. I was looking at high end cameras like the Sony A77 and the Pentax K-5 II, but I decided it would be foolish to make that leap due to the complexity of those cameras. I ended up with the Fujifilm - FinePix F770EXR and hope it is a good starter camera. In a few months we'll see about a high(er) end camera.

  • Morgan Nelson

    October 28, 2012 12:51 pm

    I will be purchasing a Canon EOS-M as soon as it is available locally. This will replace my current 'grab and run" camera, a Canon PowerShot s95. I will also be buying a Canon 6D to be my second DSLR to accompany my current 5D MIII.

  • T Bolton

    October 28, 2012 10:57 am

    Planning getting the Sony a99 to compliment the a77 in February. Primarily to us for landscapes and portraits. Will add the 35mm f1.4 at time of purchase.

  • Jai Catalano

    October 28, 2012 09:17 am

    I plan on getting a new lens and stick with that one for the whole year.

  • Anthony

    October 28, 2012 08:32 am

    My plans are for a Nikon D600 (I have a D7000 now which would become my backup), and either a Sigma 70-200 f2.8 lens or the new Nikon 70-200 f4.

  • Jeannie

    October 28, 2012 07:20 am

    Canon EOS 5D Mark iii - way excited!!!

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