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Samsung SH100 Camera

Point-and-shoots have had Wi-Fi for a couple years now, so why has it taken this long to pair one with a smartphone? The Samsung SH100 Camera ($200) uses Wi-Fi to connect to Sammy's Galaxy S phones, allowing for remote camera control and picture viewing, as well as geotagging courtesy of the phone's GPS. Other features include a 14.2 megapixel sensor, DLNA compatibility, 720p video recording, a 5x optical zoom with digital image stabilization, and a three-inch touch screen for on-camera control.

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2

    Whether you've already hopped on the micro four-thirds bandwagon or are just looking for a more substantial upgrade to your control-lacking point and shoot, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 ($TBA) is worth a look. The follow-up to Panny's celebrated GF1, this second-gen model retains the 12.1 megapixel sensor from the original, while slicing 19% off the body size and 7% off the weight, and adding a 3-inch touch screen, a new menu system, and compatibility with Panasonic's new Lumix G 12.5mm / F12 3D lens. Think of it as a DSLR you can carry with you to dinner or the bar without the paparazzi accusations.

  • 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.