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Panasonic Lumix GF1

Panasonic Lumix GF1

HD video? Check. Interchangeable lenses? Check. Pocketable size? Check. The Panasonic Lumix GF1 ($900; October 2009) is the latest Micro Four Thirds camera to combine the best aspects of a DSLR with a point-and-shoot sized body, packing a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor, a 3-inch LCD with 60 frames-per-second full-time Live View images, 720p HD video recording, a built-in flash, SDHC storage, mini-HDMI output, optical image stabilization, and more.

  • Sony Party-Shot

    Finally, you can get great pictures of your next gathering and still be in the pictures. The Sony Party-Shot ($150; September 2009) is an automated photographer for your new DSC-WX1 or DSC-TX1 camera. Boasting the ability to pan 360 degrees and tilt 24 degrees, the Party-Shot uses either camera's built-in BIONZ image processor to automatically detect faces and smiles, adjust composition, and take photos for you, so you can relax knowing you're getting great shots without having to do any of the work.

  • Nikon D300s

    The world's best semi-pro digital SLR just got better. The Nikon D300s ($1,800; late August 2009) takes Nikon's two-year old D300 and gives it a modest upgrade, adding features like the improved 12.3-megapixel sensor from the D90, automatic Active D-Lighting, one-touch Live View, 24fps, 720p D-Movie recording with Autofocus, 7 fps shooting (8 with battery grip), and a stereo microphone input, while retaining the rock-solid build, spectacular 51-point AF sensor, and 3-inch, 920,000 dot LCD from the original.