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Kodak Slice Touchscreen Camera

Ultra-thin with a price that puts it in decidedly more premium territory than the company's previous point-and-shoots, the Kodak Slice Touchscreen Camera ($350) isn't just Kodak's most ambitious pocket cam yet — it's also its most sexy. Sporting a large 3.5-inch, 16:9 touchscreen on the back, the Slice also features a 14 megapixel sensor, a 5x optical zoom lens, 720p/30fps HD video recording, optical image stabilization, an included rechargeable Li-Ion battery, and more.

  • Samsung NX10 Camera

    Boasting interchangeable lenses and a 14.6 megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor, it'd be easy to confuse the Samsung NX10 Camera ($TBA; Spring 2010) for a normal DSLR. That is, until you get it in your hands, at which time the camera's pocket-friendly size becomes apparent, made possible by the removal of the mirror box. Other features include a 3-inch AMOLED screen, 720p HD video recording capability, a built-in pop-up flash, HDMI out, and the DRIMe II Pro image processing engine.

  • Canon PowerShot S90

    Looking for SLR-like control on a pocket-friendly cam? Check out the Canon PowerShot S90 ($400). Packing a high sensitivity 10-megapixel sensor, the DIGIC 4 image processor, and a customizable control ring, the S90 segues nicely from a beginner-level auto mode to full manual control, complete with aperture and shutter priority modes. A bright f/2.0, 3.8x optical zoom lens, RAW + JPEG support, and a 3-inch LCD round out the spec sheet, making the S90 a good compromise between size and image quality for advanced amateur shooters, and a great secondary cam for dSLR owners.