I checked your hub out and its nice, but you really need to run a spell-checker over it, there are a couple of words misspelt.
Your hub is optimised for the keywords "best slr camera" not "best slr digital camera". If you want to change it, put "digital" in the first line. The competition is fierce for both terms and the top slots are taken by high PR sites with hundreds of backlinks.
Your only bet then is to backlink as much as you can.
Why not just write another hub with lower competition?
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