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JVC Everio X

JVC Everio X

While it might not be fair to call the new JVC Everio X ($1,000; June 2009) just another camera, it's probably not fair to call it a camcorder, either. Yet another example of a device that mixes impressive still video capabilities with equally impressive video, the X features a 10.3 megapixel sensor that lets you shoot 9 megapixel stills, 1080p video, simultaneous five-megapixel digital stills while recording Full HD video, 600fps slow-motion videos, and more. It's versatility that fits in your pocket.

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    Available in black or a brushed stainless steel finish, this compact 12-megapixel camera features a 24mm ultra-wide angle Schneider lens and a sleek 3-inch AMOLED screen with HVGA resolution and a contrast ratio of 10,000:1. The Samsung TL320 ($330) offers a 5x optical zoom, 720p HD video recording (with HDMI connectivity), and a full bevy of automatic and manual modes. The TL320 also sports two awesome analog gauges, which first showed up on the Samsung TL9.

  • Canon PowerShot D10

    Need a camera you can take pretty much anywhere? Check out the Canon PowerShot D10 ($330; May 2009). This rough-and-tumble point-and-shoot features a 12.1-Megapixel sensor, 3x optically stabilized lens, DIGIC 4 processor, and 2.5-inch LCD, but it's also freeze proof to 14 degrees, shockproof up to 4 feet, and waterproof up to 33 feet, making it the perfect pocket cam whether you're exploring the depths of the ocean or the heights of the mountains.