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Panasonic Lumix GH2

Panasonic Lumix GH2

Micro Four Thirds meets professional horsepower in the Panasonic Lumix GH2 ($900-$1500). Infected by the 3D craze, the GH2 offers compatibility with the company's new LUMIX G 12.5mm f/12 lens, a 16 megapixel sensor, a three-inch touchscreen with tap-to-focus capabilities, full 1080p video recording, the ability to shoot 14 megapixel stills while recording video, the new Venus Engine image processor, 5 fps shooting, and SD storage. Sure, the 3D lens is a gimmick, but there's nothing gimmicky about an interchangeable lens camera that fits in your cargo pocket or iPad bag.

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    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.

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    Wondering why your D90 has been in a drunken stupor for the last day or so? Blame the Nikon D7000 ($1,200). Though it's not technically a replacement, the D7000's impressive feature list — including a 16.2 megapixel DX sensor, 39-point AF system, Expeed 2 image processor, ISO up to 25,600, magnesium alloy body, 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor, 1080/24p video recording, 6 fps burst shooting, dual SD slots, and 100%, glass pentaprism viewfinder — is enough to make any lesser camera hit the sauce.