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Samsung DualView Camera

With one of the more novel camera designs we've seen in a while, the Samsung DualView Camera ($265) solves that age-old question of how to take a good self portrait. The solution? A 1.5-inch front-mounted LCD screen, which can also display silly animations to amuse a child subject, or a countdown for the self timer. Also in front is a 27mm wide angle, 4.6x optical zoom Schneider lens, while the back is dedicated to the haptic feedback-enhanced 3-inch touchscreen, which is great for replaying those 720p movies you recorded. It's not going to win any professional photography awards, but its blend of smart features and pocketable size makes it a fine point-and-shoot.

  • Canon EOS 7D

    Arriving just in time to give the Nikon D300s some much-needed competition, the new Canon EOS 7D ($1,700; September 2009) is ready to make a run at the title of "best semi-pro DSLR." It features dual DIGIC processors for 8 fps shooting, an 18 megapixel sensor, full 1080p video at 24, 25, or 30 fps, an all-new 19-point Autofocus system, a built-in dual axis electronic level for perfectly-framed shots, a 3-inch LCD with Live View, an intelligent viewfinder with 100 percent frame coverage, and more.

  • Canon PowerShot G11

    Sometimes less really is more. The new Canon PowerShot G11 ($500; October 2009) ditches its predecessor's 14.7 megapixel sensor for a newly-developed 10 megapixel high-sensitivity sensor supporting ISO 3200, giving it the ability to handle low light situations that would make the G10 weep. Other features include a 2.8-inch vari-angle LCD, a 5x optical zoom lens with optical stabilization, RAW + JPG support, a hotshoe for external flashes and other accessories, a DIGIC 4 processor for speedy performance, and more.