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You don't have to look long at the Nikon Coolpix P300's spec sheet before it starts to impress.
Samsung joins the waterproof pocket camcorder fray with the W200 rugged HD camcorder, a $160 device offering full 1080p video that Samsung claims users should take "to the beach, pool, desert, mountain tops, anywhere your adventure takes you." Is the W200 a tough and worthy beast?
The Lumix GF3 is Panasonic's smallest Micro Four Thirds camera yet.
Announced early this year, the Canon T3 fits into the middle of the entry-level Rebel lineup with a 12.2 megapixel sensor and 720p HD video.
Last month we tried out the Kodak EasyShare Sport C123, a rugged digital camera that fell well below expectations.
Samsung brands the HMX-H300 as the "ultimate HD family camcorder." Does that mean it's a great value promising HD video at a low price? Or, is it just an indication that serious videographers should stay away? Find out in this full high-definition camcorder review.
The Cyber-shot TX100 is designed for the tech-savvy trendsetter.
You can't accuse the Kodak EasyShare Max of coming up short on zoom power.
If you look at the spec sheet for the E-P3 there isn't much that sets this camera apart from every other Olympus digital PEN that came before it.
The Panasonic TM40 is not without its share of drawbacks, but it's an affordable entry-level camcorder with better performance than the low price tag would imply.
The Pentax Optio S1 is a stylish, basic compact boasting 720 HD video and several in-camera art filters.
The Pentax RS1500's most notable feature is its Clark Kent-like ability to change appearance quickly.
The Fujifilm X100 has it all - a retro rangefinder look and feel, a fixed 23mm f/2 lens and a 12 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor designed specifically for the lens.
On paper, it's extremely impressive that Sony crammed 3D capability into a pocket camcorder - and not the old-fashioned blue-red (anaglyph) technology either.
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