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Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z1050

Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z1050

Casio has a sweet new digital camera in the the Exilim Zoom EX-Z1050 ($300). This camera — available in four body colors — strikes up great pictures from its compact form with a 10.1-megapixel setup and 3x optical zoom. It also has a built-in high-performance, image-processing module, a 2.6-inch LCD display and lightweight aluminum construction. All told this is one sexy, powerful pocket beast.

  • Canon HV10 HD Camcorder

    If you've already got an HDTV at home but don't yet have camcorder to match, check out the Canon HV10 HD Camcorder ($1020). This puppy is diminutive in size, but big on features — features like true 16:9 recording in everything from 480 to 1080p, with a 10x zoom, 2.96 megapixel sensor for still images, a Super-Range Optical Image Stabilizer to reduce "shakey-cam" footage, and a 2.7 widescreen LCD. You'll never have another Standard Definition holiday.

  • Nikon D40

    With all the focus being put on prosumer digital SLR cameras, it's about time someone designed one for the point-and-shoot crowd. With the capabilities of a dSLR and the ease-of-use of a pocket shooter, the compact and lightweight Nikon D40 ($600; Dec. 06) is ready to go with a 6.1-megapixel sensor, nearly instant startup, the ability to shoot 2.5 pictures per second, in-camera image editing, and a simplified menu system with built-in help. It's got a 2.5 inch LCD, eight preset modes, SD storage, and a 18-55mm Nikkor lens. The perfect model for a photography novice looking to make the jump to an SLR.