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Canon Powershot S80

Canon Powershot S80

When stuck in the eternal battle between wanting the features of a dSLR and the portability of a point-and-shoot, keep this in mind: no one ever gets photos from places they don’t take their cameras, and most people aren’t going to take a dSLR to a party. For this reason, we like the new Powershot S80 from Canon ($550). It’s got a massive eight-megapixel sensor, an XGA movie mode, a 2.5” LCD, and a 3.6X optical zoom wide angle lens.

  • James Bond Stealth Camera

    Be a true spy with this ultra tiny digital camera that hides out in a Zippo-style metal case. Straight from Q's laboratory, the James Bond Stealth Camera ($80) takes up to 150 pictures at 640 x 480 size, record video up to 30 seconds long, or record up to 12 minutes of audio. The gadget also has a "James Bond 19 day surveillance mode" that automatically
    take photos at preset time intervals —
    for up to 19 days.

  • 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.