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Olympus Stylus 1 Camera

When you're packing to head out on a quick weekend trip, space can be tight, especially if you want to avoid checking your bags — so when you need a compact semi-professional camera that doesn't sacrifice image quality, you need the Olympus Stylus 1 Camera ($700). It features a single built-in f/2.8 10.7x 28-300 millimeter lens that retracts fully into the camera body, so you get great zoom without the bulk of a full telephoto lens. A 12 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor combined with the TruePicVI image processor gives you great images with fast response times. Additional features include an electronic viewfinder, three-inch LCD screen, WiFi connectivity, and a range of shooting modes.

  • Panasonic Lumix GM1 Camera

    Chances are — unless you aspire to be a professional-level photographer — you don't need a complex camera system with interchangeable lenses and a bunch of expensive accessories. If that's all you need, then the Panasonic Lumix GM1 ($750) single lens mirrorless camera is the one for you. Built with a 16 megapixel digital live MOS sensor on the micro four-thirds system standard, this camera captures high-resolution images and video, even in low light situations. The touch-operated three-inch monitor lets you easily view shots, while controlling the focus and shutter. WiFi connectivity lets you easily sync the camera with your smartphone or tablet, so you can instantly transfer photos or use it as a remote. The reinforced metallic alloy case means you won't have to worry about the occasional bump or ding, this camera will last for a while.

  • Sony A7 Camera

    Like it or not, mirrored digital SLR cameras are quickly going the way of the 35 millimeter, being replaced by smaller, high-functioning mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras — and the Sony A7 Camera ($1,698) may just be the final coffin nail. The latest from Sony, this camera is the first mirrorless interchangeable lens system to feature a full-frame sensor (meaning its sensor is the same size as 35mm film), bringing it in line with a range of professional-quality DSLRs. The camera also features a weather-sealed body, compatibility with Sony's line of E-mount lenses, a 24.3 megapixel sensor, tiltable three-inch display, OLED electronic viewfinder, and much more. With all of that packed into the size of an average point-and-shoot, the days of bulky mirrored cameras are certainly numbered.