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Sony DSC-H1 Digital Camera

Sony DSC-H1 Digital Camera

If you're looking for a camera that's better than a tiny pocket-style one, but don't want a huge digital SLR (or pay a grand or more), you should look strongly at the DSC-H1 from Sony ($500). The 5-megapixel camera has a spectacular 12x optical zoom, advanced image stabilization technology, and a massive 2.5-inch color LCD screen. It also captures VGA (640 x 480) video clips with audio at up to 30 frames per second.

  • Sony Cyber-Shot T7

    Sometimes we don’t want our dSLRs with us — they certainly don’t help the looks of a nice shirt and a blazer, for instance — and so a small, secondary camera is always a good thing to have around. Our dream jacket-pocket cam right now is the Sony Cyber-Shot T7 ($330), which features a 3x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch LCD, and 5.1 megapixels, all in a package that is only 5/8” deep at it’s deepest point.

  • Sony DCR-PC55 MiniDV Camcorder

    Digital camcorders offer amazing features and allow for great artistic flexibility once the video gets back to a computer. The one major problem we’ve always had with them are that most are simply too damn big for us to take anywhere but events where we are shooting video as a job, and then we take a high-end model, all of which are way too big to take around sightseeing or the like. With the Sony DCR-PC55 ($650), our troubles may be over. At only 10 ounces and a diminutive four inches tall and only three inches wide, this little fella is only slightly bigger than a 60GB iPod — pretty impressive for a device with a three inch touchscreen.