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Casio Tryx Camera

It's hard for other cameras to stand up to Casio's new Tryx camera. And not just because it actually stands up. The Casio Tryx ($250) has a super thin frame that rotates a full 360-degrees, transforming it into a tripod, hanger, or handle, while the 3-inch LCD touch screen rotates 270-degrees, letting you grab shots from any angle, position or situation. (Just keep in mind all privacy laws.) With Slide Panorama and the ultra-wide 21mm lens, everything will make it into your pic. It also shoots 1080p video, has a 12.1-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, and allows you to predetermine what pics you want to upload to your profile page.

  • Oregon Scientific All-Terrain Video Camera

    Go where the Flips, PowerShots, and DSLRs of the world wouldn't dare with the Oregon Scientific All-Terrain Video Camera ($300). This rugged HD cam records in 1080p in all kinds of conditions, thanks to a shock-resistant, waterproof (to 65 feet) body, and features a "G-sensor" to measure the force of gravity during acceleration, deceleration and hang time, a variety of mounting options for helmet, handlebar, surfboard, and snowboard attachment, a built-in LCD for quick playback, HDMI output for TV playback, 5 megapixel still capture, Micro SD card storage, an integrated laser pointer for camera alignment, and an included remote control — you know, just in case you want to rewind in the middle of the half-pipe.

  • ViewSonic Show'n Go 3DV5 3D HD Camcorder

    Sure, the odds are against you already having a 3D HDTV setup at home. But why not start recording everything in 3D right now, just in case? The ViewSonic Show'n Go 3DV5 3D HD Camcorder ($180) makes this futuristic dream possible thanks to its diminutive size, twin sensors, 720p video recording, 3D still image capture, SD storage, HDMI output, and autosterescopic 2.4" screen. Because you haven't seen your kid eating his/her own boogers until you've seen it in 3D.