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Sony Handycam HDR-TD10 3D Camcorder

2010 was supposed to be the year of 3D. It didn't really take off, but that's not going to stop companies from trying again in 2011, with products like the Sony Handycam HDR-TD10 3D Camcorder ($1,500). Touting the ability to shoot full 1080p 3D video, the TD10 also sports an integrated dual Sony G lens system, two Exmor R CMOS sensors, two BIONZ image processors, 64GB of internal flash memory, Optical SteadyShot image stabilization, 10x optical zoom, and a glasses-free 3.5-inch 3D LCD touchscreen.

  • Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera

    Need a camera to take with you on your next hiking/rafting/drinking adventure? The Fujifilm FinePix XP30 Camera ($240) should fit the bill. Touted as "the world's first water, shock, dust and freeze proof model featuring built-in GPS functionality," the 14.2 megapixel XP30 features a compact body, a 5X optical zoom with image stabilization, 720p video recording, a 2.7-inch LCD, five meters of waterproofiness — it's a word, we swear — and built-in GPS, obviously.

  • Casio Tryx Camera

    It's hard for other cameras to stand up to Casio's new Tryx camera. And not just because it actually stands up. The Casio Tryx ($250) has a super thin frame that rotates a full 360-degrees, transforming it into a tripod, hanger, or handle, while the 3-inch LCD touch screen rotates 270-degrees, letting you grab shots from any angle, position or situation. (Just keep in mind all privacy laws.) With Slide Panorama and the ultra-wide 21mm lens, everything will make it into your pic. It also shoots 1080p video, has a 12.1-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, and allows you to predetermine what pics you want to upload to your profile page.