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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.
Sure, the Kodak PlayFull is tiny.
The Pentax Optio WG-1 GPS is ready to tag along on your summer vacation.
Kodak's EasyShare Sport C123 is an underwater capable, rough-and-tumble camera that aims to appeal to the clumsy and outdoorsy on a budget.
Canon's new ELPH 500 HS brings a 3.2-inch touchscreen together with an f/2 lens and all the trappings of the "High Sensitivity" system.
Nikon continues to innovate its stylish Coolpix S series with the S9100.
As usual, Sony seeks to pack a cool, stylish new point-and-shoot with advanced features like Sweep Panorama and multi-frame shooting modes in its new Cyber-shot WX9.
If you experience deja vu looking at the Canon PowerShot SX230 HS, you're probably remembering its SX210 predecessor.
With the ability to take 1080/60p video, the Panasonic HDC-SD800 shoots footage that is undoubtedly of high quality.
Nikon's Coolpix P500 ultrazoom goes toe-to-toe with the competition boasting a 36x optical zoom lens.
Panasonic is well regarded as both the inventor of the compact ultrazoom and the keeper of the gold standard.
The Panasonic HDC-SD80 is a mid-range camcorder offering 1080/60i resolution, 3 megapixel stills, 33.7mm wide-angle lens and Panasonic's Intelligent Auto and other advanced features.
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