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V.I.O. POV.HD Camera

Whether you simply want to record your sporting exploits or you're shooting an FPS film noir, the V.I.O. POV.HD Camera ($600) should be at the top of your gear list. Offering a super-wide field of view when shooting in 1080p HD — it's slightly less when shooting in the slow-mo 60fps 720p mode — the POV.HD also features a shock-, dust-, and water-proof housing, a wireless remote, in-field editing and exposure control, SDHC storage, and the ability to mount to goggles, a helmet, or anywhere else that seems appropriate.

  • Nikon Coolpix P300 Camera

    After two years of letting Canon rule the prosumer compact point-and-shoot market with the S90/S95, Nikon is finally launching a counter-attack. The Nikon Coolpix P300 Camera ($330) looks to be a formidable challenger, with a Wide-Angle, f/1.8-4.9 4.2x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens, a 12.2-megapixel backside illumination CMOS sensor, optical Vibration Reduction, ISO sensitivity up to 3200, an EXPEED C2 image processing engine, Full HD 1080p video recording with autofocus, a high-res 3-inch LCD screen, and top-mounted control wheels with aperture priority, shutter priority, and full manual controls.

  • Pentax K-5 Silver Edition Camera

    Tired of boring old black DSLRs? Take a gander at the Pentax K-5 Silver Edition Camera ($1,700). This limited edition shooter features an elegant silver finish on the mode dial, control buttons, and levers, an exclusive, thicker grip, shock-resistant, scratchproof reinforced glass over the LCD and status panel, a weather-resistant body, a 16.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, 7 frames-per-second shooting, and 1080p video recording. For full effect, plan on picking up on of the matching DA limited edition lenses — unless you've owned a Pentax before, you're going to need them.