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Canon Powershot SD550

Canon Powershot SD550

While still just a pocket camera, the Powershot SD550 from Canon ($440) boasts a lot of features taken from its larger counterparts. Take for instance the DIGIC II Processor it shares with the dSLR Rebel XT — it provides this pocket-sized 7.1 megapixel monster with some of the fastest, most reliable internal image processing in the business. Add to that versatile SD storage, a 3x optical zoom, and an easy-to-read 2.5 inch LCD screen, and you’ve got a camera that can stand up to models costing much more and that are way larger.

  • Nikon Coolpix S4

    Yeah, we know we just wrote about a new Nikon camera yesterday, but they came out with way too many new models this week for us to get by with just lusting after one. The Coolpix S4 ($400; available in October) packs a 10x optical zoom into a pocket-size camera thanks to an innovative swivel body design. The digital camera has 6 megapixels of resolution, a 2.5-inch LCD, a host of automatic settings (face priority autofocus, red-eye fix, etc.), 16 scene modes, and a nice macro setting.

  • Nikon Coolpix P1

    For a while now, we’ve been searching for the perfect pocket camera — and we think we’ve found it. Nikon’s new Coolpix P1 ($550) brings together features to give you both more professional-level control and make your point-and-shoot experience better — such as built-in Wi-Fi for wireless printing and transfer, 8 Megapixels of resolution, a 10-step aperture priority mode, and an auto focus mode that automatically detects faces and focuses on them. The only bad news: it’s not shipping yet.