Canon EOS 5D Mark III (body only)
Regular Price: $3,500
Engadget Global Score: 88
While the Mark III was introduced back in 2012, it has become a workhorse for both stills and video. During the course of our review, our only major gripe was the lack of autofocus while capturing HD video. That steep $3,500 price tag is now seeing a $750 discount though, so the cost of admission has come down significantly.
Pentax K-3 (body only)
Regular Price: $1,300
Engadget Global Score: 90
The Pentax K-3 just went on sale in late 2013 and the reviews are starting to roll in. The verdict? So far, the DSLR as tallied a 90 Engadget Global Score -- not too shabby. Despite snappy performance and solid output in the stills department, early adopters have noted a dip in video quality. While the K-3 hasn't been on the market for a full 90 days, our Price Drop tool shows that $950 is the lowest we've seen so far.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 (body only)
Regular Price: $600
Engadget Global Score: 83
Panasonic's Lumix DMC-G5, despite being a body-only purchase, allows beginners to enter into ILC shooting with a fairly modest investment. If you're unsure about this model though, you can browse all of the company's offerings and compare them for yourself in our product database. Willing to hold out to save a few more bucks? The 90-day Price History shows that the current price tag is marked $30 above the lowest from back in December.
Olympus Stylus Tough TG-2 iHS
Regular Price: $399
Engadget Global Score: 86
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Spring is just around the corner, so why not consider a rugged point-and-shoot for logging those upcoming outdoor expeditions? The TG-2 offers up respectable performance in a shockproof and waterproof shell for durable performance on the trail. Oh yeah, the current $309 price is on par with the 90-day low, too.