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Nikon Coolpix P7000 Camera

A real viewfinder. A hotshoe. Dial-based exposure compensation. A 3-inch, 921,000 dot LCD display. No, it's not a new DSLR - it's the new Nikon Coolpix P7000 ($500). This high-end pocket cam sports a load of pro-level features like a virtual horizon indicator, five-way vibration reduction, ISO up to 12,800, 720/24p video capture with auto focus, a 28-200, 7.1x optical zoom NIKKOR ED lens, full manual controls, and RAW capture. Suddenly, that iPhone 4 camera in your pocket is feeling mighty inadequate.

  • Nikon Coolpix S1100pj Projector Camera

    Last year, Nikon released the S1000pj, the first point-and-shoot with a built-in projector. It was a little expensive, a little dim, but a really cool idea. The Nikon Coolpix S1100pj Projector Camera ($350) is the company's second-generation pocketable projector cam, bringing improvements like a 40 percent brighter projector with a built-in stand, the ability to display the screen of a computer connected via USB, one-touch 720p movie recording, a 14.1-megapixel sensor, 5-way image stabilization, a 5x optical zoom lens, and a 3-inch touchscreen. Boring your guests with family photos has never been so easy.

  • Samsung HMX-E10 Camera

    We'll be the first to admit that our Flips haven't been getting much of a workout since our iPhone 4s arrived, but if you're still in the market for a pocket video camera, check out the Samsung HMX-E10 Camera ($200). Available in black or cream, the E10 centers around the 270-degree swiveling lens, which is paired with a 1/3.2-inch CMOS sensor for recording 1080p video in H.264 or capturing eight megapixel stills. HDMI output, a flip-out USB connector, and 2.7-inch touchscreen round out this soon to be antiquated offering.