Best midrange digital SLR cameras of 2014Updated November 11, 2014 10:50 AM PST
These models live in a sort of limbo: they offer more flexibility, customization, and generally better performance than their cheaper siblings--for a higher price tag, of course. However, they tend to lack the flexibility, durability, and performance needed by most professional photographers. Also, not all newbies will be satisfied with a cheap model, and not all pros require the machine-gun speed of an expensive one. Whether you're ready to step up from your first SLR or need a second body to supplement your pro camera, these models are the ones to choose from.