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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T30

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T30

Pocket cameras are great on portability, but lots of times lack when it comes to important photography features. Not so with the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T30 ($500, pre-order). It features Super Steady Shot optical image stabilization for easier, more consistent snapshot-taking when out and about and in low lighting, as well as a Carl Zeiss 3x optical zoom lens. Oh, and you can review your shots on the camera's semi-ginormous three-inch LCD.

  • Canon EOS 30D

    Thanks to our obsession with digital cameras a lot of us find it hard to pull the trigger on buying a new one when we know a newer model is right around the corner. Well, fear no more. The Canon EOS 30D ($1400; May) features an 8.2 megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor, a DIGIC II image processor that gives the camera a .15-second start-up time, and a 2.5" LCD — and that's just for starters. Along with CF/Microdrive storage and compatibility, the camera is also fully compatible with all EF and EF-S Lenses
    and hundreds of EOS system accessories.
    It has enough megapixels and enough
    features that it should last you a long time,
    or at least until the 20 megapixel credit-card
    sized model comes out in 2010.

  • Sony HDR-HC3 HDV High-Definition Camcorder

    If you're looking for a compact and easy-to-use high-definition camcorder, you should take note of Sony's new HDR-HC3 HDV Handycam ($1700; April). It's the world's smallest and lightest 1080i camcorder, yet is packed with features like HDMI output, a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens, a 2.7-inch touch-panel LCD, Super SteadyShot image stabilization, and Sony's new ClearVid CMOS Sensor technology. The HDR-HC3 HDV also shoots four-megapixel still images, which can be stored on a Memory Stick PRO Duo media card.