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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX500

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX500

Get all touchy-feely with the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX500 ($400). The compact 10-megapixel cam features a dual-control system that combines a 3-inch touch-screen LCD and joystick control. The FX500 also features a 25mm ultra-wide-angle Leica DC lens, 5x optical zoom, advanced Intelligent Auto technologies, and the ability to record HD video (1280 x 720p) and snap 16:9 photos. The DMC-FX500 will be available in black or silver.

  • Olympus E-420

    All the power in the world doesn't matter if your camera's the size of Roger Clemens' head. For some truly portable performance, check out the brand new Olympus E-420 ($500). The world's smallest and lightest digital SLR camera, the E-420 packs in a 10-megapixel sensor and a 2.7-inch LCD with Live View (goodbye, viewfinder). [via]

  • Sigma DP1

    Not content to challenge the leading pocket shooters on their own terms, the Sigma DP1 ($1090) is more of a dSLR in a compact body. It uses the same full-sized, 14 megapixel Foveon X3 image sensor found in Sigma's SD14 dSLR, and for fans of prime lenses, its 16.6mm F4 lens is equivalent to a standard 28mm offering, providing low distortion, high contrast images. Support for RAW, the "TRUE" image processing engine, manual focus, and more make this the ideal pocket cam for old-school photography enthusiasts. [Thanks, Patrick]