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Canon Super Telephoto 1200mm Lens

Canon Super Telephoto 1200mm Lens

Damn, son. The Canon Super Telephoto 1200mm f/5.6L EF USM Autofocus Lens ($120,000) is the King Kong of lenses. Measuring 33-inches long and weighing a hefty 36lbs, the rare lens was built-to-order by Canon from 1993 to 2005 — and only at a rate of about two a year. Even though this one is slightly used, it's still going to cost you about the same as two Land Rovers. And good luck trying to find a tripod that will hold up this beast.

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    Lots of zoom in a little package. The Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd ($250) is the world's smallest 12x optical zoom digital camera. The SLR-style 10-megapixel shooter features Fujifilm's face detection technology with automatic red eye removal, and a new panoramic shooting mode. The FinePix S1000fd also packs a large 2.7-inch high-resolution LCD, full manual photo control, VGA/30fps movie recording, and ISO levels of up to ISO 1600 at full resolution and ISO 3200 at 3-megapixel resolution.

  • Canon EOS Rebel XSi

    Blending high-end features with low-end prices, Canon's latest dSLR has this Nikon user wanting to jump ship. The Canon EOS Rebel XSi ($800-$900; April 2008) offers features like Live View LCD viewfinding, a 3-inch, 230,000 pixel screen, the DIGIC III image processor, shutter speeds up to 1/4000 sec., light sensitivity up to ISO 1600, and a new self-cleaning 12.2 megapixel CMOS sensor. Take our advice if you plan on purchasing: skip the $900 kit and its lame starter lens, grab the $800 body-only package, and put the extra cash towards a better, beefier lens.