Have your say: Most important cameras of the 2010s

Published Dec 19, 2019
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dpreview staff

A couple of weeks ago we published a breakdown of what we consider the 20 most important cameras of the 2010s. We made that list into a readers’ poll, which runs until the end of this month.

If you didn’t vote yet, now’s your chance! And as always, if your choice for most significant camera of the decade didn’t make it into our list, let us know in the comments.

Read our article: Most important cameras of the 2010s


Voting is easy – you pick your favorite products by dragging and dropping. You can pick up to five products, and rank them in order of priority.

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