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Canon PowerShot S90

Canon PowerShot S90

Looking for SLR-like control on a pocket-friendly cam? Check out the Canon PowerShot S90 ($400). Packing a high sensitivity 10-megapixel sensor, the DIGIC 4 image processor, and a customizable control ring, the S90 segues nicely from a beginner-level auto mode to full manual control, complete with aperture and shutter priority modes. A bright f/2.0, 3.8x optical zoom lens, RAW + JPEG support, and a 3-inch LCD round out the spec sheet, making the S90 a good compromise between size and image quality for advanced amateur shooters, and a great secondary cam for dSLR owners.

  • Canon EOS 1D Mark IV

    Pro photographers have an even more difficult choice to face when going with Canon or Nikon thanks to the new Canon EOS 1D Mark IV ($5,000). Like the recently announced Nikon D3s, the Mark IV sports a maximum ISO of 102,400 and HD video recording — in full 1080p, unlike the 720p-limited Nikon — and also packs a 45-point autofocus sensor, dual DIGIC 4 imaging processors, a 16.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, 10 fps shooting, a three-inch LCD, and more.

  • Nikon D3s

    Whether you're a photo journalist or a hobbyist with a passion — and budget — for the latest and greatest, the new Nikon D3s ($5,200) should be on your list. With an eye-popping maximum ISO of 102,400, this new 12.1 megapixel beast can shoot photos or 720p video in near-darkness, and also offers 9 fps full-frame shooting in bursts up to 36 RAW or 82 JPEG files, Nikon's world-class 51-point AF system, 3D Color Matrix Metering II, one-button Live View, dual CF card slots, and more.