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Sony Cyber-Shot T7

Sony Cyber-Shot T7

Sometimes we don’t want our dSLRs with us — they certainly don’t help the looks of a nice shirt and a blazer, for instance — and so a small, secondary camera is always a good thing to have around. Our dream jacket-pocket cam right now is the Sony Cyber-Shot T7 ($330), which features a 3x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch LCD, and 5.1 megapixels, all in a package that is only 5/8” deep at it’s deepest point.

  • Nikon D50

    When you want to take real photos — not pictures of the latest family birthday party, but images you would hang on your wall — point-and-shoot cameras just don’t cut it. The D50 from Nikon ($540, available early July) is a little powerhouse of a digital SLR, learning some tricks from its bigger sibling (2-inch screen, Nikkor lens compatability, 5-area autofocus system) and adding a couple of its own, such as SD card compatability, and the ability to let you sneak into pro sporting events by posing as a press photographer.

  • Casio Exilim EX-S500

    Casio's new 5-megapixel Exilim EX-S500 is an ultra-thin digital camera with 3x zoom and MPEG-4 movie recording. The device comes in "brilliant grey, latin orange and nordic silver" and boasts Casio's Anti Shake DSP technology to keep blurry pictures at bay.