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Canon PowerShot S100 Camera

Canon's celebrated S-series is back for more enthusiast point-and-shoot action with the Canon PowerShot S100 Camera ($430). Keeping the terrific control ring and shooting modes from its S95 predecessor, the S100 offers a 12.1-megapixel HS CMOS sensor, a new 24-120 f/2.0 wide-angle, 5x optical zoom lens, built-in GPS for effortless geotagging, ISO sensitivity to 6400, and your choice between stealthy black or shiny silver bodies. Hitting your photostream this November.

  • Cineskates

    If Kickstarter has taught us anything, it's that good ideas can come from anywhere — and Cineskates ($150 and up) are a perfect example. This ingenious set of skateboard-style wheels are made to attach to Joby's ultra-versatile GorillaPod Focus tripod and ballhead, turning your DSLR or — gasp! — digital camcorder into a pro-style rig, allowing for silver screen-worthy movement.

  • Sony NEX-7 Camera

    We've been generally impressed with the evolution of compact interchangeable lens cameras over the last year or so, but the Sony NEX-7 Camera ($1,200 and up) represents about as big a leap forward as we've yet seen. Packing a crazy 24.3 megapixel, APS HD CMOS sensor, it's capable of out-shooting most DSLRs, and also offers the latest Bionz image processor, an ISO range of 100-16,000, a shutter release lag of only 20 milliseconds, 10fps burst mode shooting, an integrated XGA OLED TruFinder viewfinder, a three-inch LCD display that tilts up to 90 degrees up or 45 degrees down, Full HD, 60p 1080 video recording, and, of course, a full compliment of Program, Aperture/Shutter Priority, and Manual shooting modes.