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Samsung HMX-E10 Camera

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.

  • Sony Cyber-shot TX9 3D Camera

    Sony's already pumping out 3D HDTVs, so it was just a matter of time until they made cameras to match. Unlike prior, dual-lensed 3D cams, the Sony Cyber-shot TX9 3D Camera ($400) is a svelte, pocket-friendly number that creates 3D panoramas automatically in one press and sweep motion. Other features include a 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen, a 12.2 megapixel Exmor R back-illuminated CMOS sensor, 10fps burst shooting, 1080i HD video recording, Optical SteadyShot image stabilization, and a Carl Zeiss 4x optical zoom lens.

  • Panasonic Pro Twin-Lens 3D Camera

    Shoot your own interplanetary human-like Smurf epic with the Panasonic Pro Twin-Lens 3D Camera (approx. $20,000). Capable of 30fps, 1080p 3D recording, the Pro Twin uses the AVCHD Pro video format, recorded in sync onto two SDHC memory cards, with other features like automatic left-eye/right-eye image deviation correction, a weight of roughly 6 lbs., a 3.2-inch side-mounted LCD, HDMI 1.4 and HD-SDI outputs, a built-in stereo microphone, an XLR audio input, a remote terminal, and an auto record function for control of an external recorder. Okay, so you might not have the effects budget for a CGI-filled extravaganza, but at least your kid's tee-ball games will look better than ever.