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Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera

Need a camera to take with you on your next hiking/rafting/drinking adventure? The Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera ($240) should fit the bill. Touted as "the world's first water, shock, dust and freeze proof model featuring built-in GPS functionality," the 14.2 megapixel XP30 features a compact body, a 5X optical zoom with image stabilization, 720p video recording, a 2.7-inch LCD, five meters of waterproofiness — it's a word, we swear — and built-in GPS, obviously.

  • Samsung SH100 Camera

    Point-and-shoots have had Wi-Fi for a couple years now, so why has it taken this long to pair one with a smartphone? The Samsung SH100 Camera ($200) uses Wi-Fi to connect to Sammy's Galaxy S phones, allowing for remote camera control and picture viewing, as well as geotagging courtesy of the phone's GPS. Other features include a 14.2 megapixel sensor, DLNA compatibility, 720p video recording, a 5x optical zoom with digital image stabilization, and a three-inch touch screen for on-camera control.

  • 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.