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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

Ahead of CES, Samsung has announced the latest — albeit incremental — update to their point-and-shoot, the Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 ($TBA). While much of it remains pretty much the same (you'll still find a 16-megapixel sensor, 21-times zoom lens, and a 4.8-inch LCD screen), it gets enough improvements to make most casual photographers happy. With increased battery capacity and reduction in weight, this web-connected, Android-powered camera-phone hybrid is now much more friendly for shooters on the move. Combine that with NFC photo sharing to your actual phone, a newer 1.6GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and an update to Android 4.3, and you get a powerful, fast camera that can easily share photos to a range of services no matter where you are.

  • Nikon Df Camera

    With all the advances in DSLR technology we've seen on the market lately, camera makers run the risk of losing touch with where they came from. The Nikon Df Camera ($3,000) is deeply in touch with its roots, bringing us a camera that's aesthetically inspired by classic 35mm film cameras, but packed with professionally-focused digital tech. Wrapped in leather and chrome and covered in dials and knobs galore, this full-frame camera features a 16.2 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor and Nikon's Expeed 3 processor. It ships with a 50mm f/1.8 lens, and is priced for professional photographers who want a slightly smaller body that doesn't sacrifice features (save, of course, its hard-to-ignore lack of video capability).

  • 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.