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Samsung HMX-R10 HD Camcorder

Samsung HMX-R10 HD Camcorder

If the 720p video from your Flip Mino HD just isn't cutting it, or you find yourself filling up its storage faster than you can clear it off, check out the new Samsung HMX-R10 HD Camcorder ($500). It features a 5x zoom lens that's angled at 25 degrees for more natural shooting, Full HD 1080p recording to SDHC cards, a 2.7-inch, fold-out touch screen LCD, and the ability to shoot still photos at up to 9 megapixels. Alien beauty also included. [via]

  • Canon EOS Rebel T1i

    If you're ready to move beyond the deer-in-the-headlight shots you've been taking with your puny point-and-shoot, the brand new Canon EOS Rebel T1i ($800) is the perfect place to start. The T1i represents a solid update to Canon's ever-popular EOS line of entry level digital SLR cameras. This camera has all the updates we've been looking forward to, like a 15.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor, 9-point Auto Focus, ISO settings up to 6400, and compatibility with Canon's complete line of EF and EF-S lenses. But the big surprise here is the addition of HD video capture and a 3-inch Clear View LCD monitor, a feature previously reserved for the 5D Mark II, the T1i's bigger and costlier brother. This is a serious SLR in a compact, affordable package.

  • Mamiya DL33

    If you're looking to take your photography beyond the limits of, say, the full-frame Nikon D3X, check out the new medium-format Mamiya DL33 ($20,000; April 2009). The big brother of the well-received DL28, the DL33 combines Mamiya's 645AFD III camera system with a 33 megapixel Aptus-II 7 Digital Back from Leaf, offering a 3.5-inch touchscreen, 16-bit capture, an ISO range of 50-800, and absolutely massive 67MB RAW files — so don't forget to order some extra storage while you're at it.