Despite the growth in smartphone cameras, traditional DSLRs and compact cameras are still relevant.
Which explains why it's still relevant for us to ask you to choose the best camera of the year. After all, DSLRs are still the preferred choice for professional photographers, while budding shutterbugs earn their photography medals with mid-range cameras.
So without further ado, it's time for you to vote for that shooter that takes the crown as the Camera of the Year 2015.
Canon EOS 5DS
It's the first camera in the world to have a resolution of 50.6MP. That’s just about enough to print an A1-sized photo at 300dpi, which is nothing short of amazing in terms of detail.
The Nikon D810 is no slouch, packing 36.3MP of high-quality imagery in one beefy package. A popular choice among professional photographers.
DSLR-like images in a compact, mirrorless camera body? Check. The Fujifilm X-T10 doesn’t just shoot beautiful images, it’s a real looker itself too.
Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mk II
Besides outstanding image quality, the O-M5 Mark II has got 5-axis image stabilisation to make moving or handheld shots a cinch. Hello, pin sharp images.
Sony A7R II
The world’s first mirrorless camera to pack a 42.4MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor, the Sony A7R Mark II is a true feat of imaging technology.