Una breve panoramica sulle reflex digitali attualmente in produzione; risoluzione e fotogrammi al secondo.
- EOS 350D
8.0 MP, 3fps with up to 14 frame burst.
- EOS 400D
10.1 Megapixel, 3fps with up to 27 frame burst.
- EOS 30D
8.2 Megapixel, 5fps, 30 JPEG image burst.
- EOS 5D
12.8 MP full frame CMOS sensor , 3 fps 60 JPEG image burst.
- EOS-1D Mark II N
8.2 Megapixel, 8.5 fps/48 JPEG image burst.
- EOS-1Ds Mark II
16.7 MP full frame CMOS sensor, 4 fps, 32 frame continuous shooting.
- Nikon D40
6.1 MP, 2.5 frames per second in bursts of up to 100 JPEG frames.
- Nikon D50
6.1 MP, 2.5 frames per second in bursts of up to 137 frames, (when using JPEG Normal, Large settings, and a 256MB SanDisk Ultra II SD Card).
- Nikon D70s
6.1 MP, 3 frames per second continuous shooting for up to 144 consecutive shots when using JPEG NORMAL – Large setting, and a SanDisk SDCFH (ultra II), SDCFX (Extreme/Extreme III) or Lexar Media 80X WA CompactFlash card.
- Nikon D80
10.2 MP, 3 frames per second (fps) in bursts of up to 100 consecutive JPEG (FINE M-size or smaller) or 6 RAW (NEF) images
- Nikon D200
10.2 MP, Fast 5 frames per second in bursts of up to 22 consecutive NEF (RAW) or 37 JPEG (Fine-Large) images
- Nikon D2Hs
4.1 MP, Continuous shooting at 8 frames per second (fps) for up to 50 consecutive JPEG, or 40 uncompressed RAW (NEF: Nikon Electronic Format) full-resolution images.
- Nikon D2Xs
12.4 MP, High-speed continuous shooting: 5 frames per second (fps) at 12.4 megapixels for up to 17 consecutive NEF (Nikon Electronic Format) or 22 JPEG images; 8 fps for 29 NEF or 50 JPEG images at 6.8 megapixels in High-speed Crop mode.
- K100D e K110D
6.1 MP, 2.8fps, 5 JPEG, 3 RAW.
10,2 MP, 3fps to card capacity (JPEG), 9 frames (RAW).
- A100 (Alfa)
10.2 MP, RAW: 3 fps, up to 6 frames. RAW+JPEG: 3 fps, up to 3 frames. JPEG: 3fps, unlimited.
Samsung (vedi Pentax)