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Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP Waterproof Camera

Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP Waterproof Camera

Capture this winter's snowball fights in all their glory with the Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP Waterproof Camera ($150). Despite its bargain price, the Z33WP packs respectable features like a 10 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, a 2.7-inch LCD, face detection technology, an unfortunately VGA-limited movie mode, Fujifilm's Picture Stabilization tech, and SD/SDHC storage. Plus, it's waterproof down to 10 feet, so it'll be just as handy for next summer's trip to the beach.

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    With one of the more novel camera designs we've seen in a while, the Samsung DualView Camera ($265) solves that age-old question of how to take a good self portrait. The solution? A 1.5-inch front-mounted LCD screen, which can also display silly animations to amuse a child subject, or a countdown for the self timer. Also in front is a 27mm wide angle, 4.6x optical zoom Schneider lens, while the back is dedicated to the haptic feedback-enhanced 3-inch touchscreen, which is great for replaying those 720p movies you recorded. It's not going to win any professional photography awards, but its blend of smart features and pocketable size makes it a fine point-and-shoot.

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