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Nikon Coolpix P100

We don't know why it's taken them so long, but Nikon has finally outed a camera capable of Full 1080p HD video recording. The Nikon Coolpix P100 ($400) packs HD video in a semi-compact body, as well as a 10.3 megapixel backside illumination CMOS sensor, a 26x Optical Wide Angle Zoom-NIKKOR lens, a 3-inch variable-angle LCD, program, shutter priority, aperture priority, and manual modes for complete photographic control, five-way vibration reduction, ISO up to 3200, built-in HDR, 10fps shooting at full resolution or 120fps at 1.1 megapixels, Active D-Lighting — one of our favorite features on the company's DSLRs — and HDMI out, all adding up to a do-it-all camera that can easily fit in a man bag or cargo pocket.

  • Classic Camera Strap

    It's really rather irritating: you pay hundreds — if not thousands — for a new DSLR, only to find yourself becoming a walking billboard thanks to the gaudy included strap. Fix this problem for relatively little green with a Classic Camera Strap ($30). This simple, stylish strap features a striped solid color design that will complement, not clash with, your attire, and is adjustable out to 36 inches, attaching to nearly any camera with a handy quick release swivel snap.

  • 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.