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Looxcie

Looxcie

If you don't have a problem walking around with a camera sticking out of the side of your head, then you won't have a problem with the Looxcie ($200). This tiny cam shoots HVGA footage any time it's on, letting you record those memories you wish you would have been filming without even needing to think about it. Plus, it doubles as a Bluetooth headset, and lets you use most well-known Android handsets as a viewfinder and editor — as if wearing a camera on your ear wasn't dorky enough.

  • Nikon Coolpix P7000 Camera

    A real viewfinder. A hotshoe. Dial-based exposure compensation. A 3-inch, 921,000 dot LCD display. No, it's not a new DSLR - it's the new Nikon Coolpix P7000 ($500). This high-end pocket cam sports a load of pro-level features like a virtual horizon indicator, five-way vibration reduction, ISO up to 12,800, 720/24p video capture with auto focus, a 28-200, 7.1x optical zoom NIKKOR ED lens, full manual controls, and RAW capture. Suddenly, that iPhone 4 camera in your pocket is feeling mighty inadequate.

  • Canon PowerShot S95

    Last year, Canon's S90 became the go-to pocket cam for photography enthusiasts, and the new Canon PowerShot S95 ($400) is set to pick up right where its predecessor left off. Staying are the 10 megapixel sensor, DIGIC 4 processor, three-inch LCD, and 3.8x optical zoom, f/2.0 OIS lens, all of which are made even better by features like 720p video recording, an in-camera HDR scene mode, Hybrid IS technology, and HDMI output.