Here at CNET UK, we absolutely love telling you all about the hottest new products and best shiny gadgets. But because we're so delightful, we also want to hear from you guys about what stuff you want the most, so we ask you to tell us what you think using the 'Want it', 'Own it' and 'Not for me' buttons you see on every review.
This week, we're taking a look through the top five digital SLR cameras that you've been craving the most this week.
5. Canon EOS 550D -- It may not be cheap for an amateur camera, but the 550D offers a great improvement in high definition video over its predecessor, which is evidently a massive draw for many of you. If you're thinking of giving it a home in your camera bag, you might want to make room for a better kit lens while you're at it, as the standard issue one isn't up to much.
4. Nikon D7000 -- The D7000 packs a 16.2-megapixel sensor and wide ISO range into an extremely robust body. It's not the most comfortable thing to hold -- mostly because it's pretty heavy -- but it's evidently still got plenty of appeal to those of you with massive hands and bulging forearm muscles.
3. Pentax K-R -- At about £400, this dSLR definitely comes in at the budget end of the range, but its 12.4-megapixel sensor and excellent ISO range means you're getting a bunch of features you'd expect from a higher-end model. We'd have liked to have seen an HDMI output on it, but that's clearly not a problem for many of you as it's achieved a five-star score in our user reviews.
2. Canon EOS 600D -- This camera packs some useful features like a fold-out LCD screen and numerous creative extras for video and stills, but doesn't have the robust feel of its premium siblings. It's available from around £500, however, which is a great price for what's on offer and probably why it's been so popular this week.
1. Nikon D3100 -- As well as being lightweight and robust, the D3100 offers some really helpful extras for dSLR beginners or for the terminally afraid of cameras. It can be pretty awkward when it comes to shooting video, so if you want to make a blockbuster movie of your cat chasing a laser around, you might want to look elsewhere.
That's it from What You're Craving for this week, but make sure
you join us for the next instalment, when we'll be looking at the top five compact digital cameras on CNET UK.