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Kodak Playsport

Kodak Playsport

Create your own full HD movies both above and below the water with the Kodak Playsport ($150; April 2010). Designed for the adventurous user, the rugged Playsport offers 1080p video capture at 30 fps, 720p capture at up to 60 fps, electronic image stabilization, HDMI output, the ability to capture five megapixel, 16:9 stills, a two-inch LCD display for playback, a Li-ion rechargeable battery with in-camera charging, SDHC storage, and waterproofing good down to 10 feet.

  • Casio Exilim EX-G1

    Tough, but not bulky. That might be a good way to describe the Casio Exilim EX-G1 ($300; December 2009). The first camera of Casio's new G line, the EX-G1 is a 12.1-megapixel, .78-inch pocket cam with unusual resilience: it's waterproof down to 10 feet for up to 60 minutes straight, resists water penetration even when being directly sprayed, can handle temperatures down to 14 degrees, and can withstand multiple falls from seven feet. Other features include a 848 x 480 16:9 movie mode, microSD storage, intelligent autofocus, and a 3x zoom lens.

  • Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP Waterproof Camera

    Capture this winter's snowball fights in all their glory with the Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP Waterproof Camera ($150). Despite its bargain price, the Z33WP packs respectable features like a 10 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, a 2.7-inch LCD, face detection technology, an unfortunately VGA-limited movie mode, Fujifilm's Picture Stabilization tech, and SD/SDHC storage. Plus, it's waterproof down to 10 feet, so it'll be just as handy for next summer's trip to the beach.