JVC GC-PX10 Hybrid Camera

And you thought the line between still and video cameras was already blurred. The JVC GC-PX10 Hybrid Camera ($900) aims to stir the imaging pot further with its unique design that merges aspects of a point-and-shoot and a digital camcorder, 12-megapixel backlit CMOS sensor, 32GB of internal storage with SD expansion slot, tiltable 3-inch touch panel LCD display, Konica Minolta 10x optical zoom lens, dedicated mode dial, Falconbird imaging engine, 60fps 8.3-megapixel still capture, and 1080/60p, 300fps slow-mo and time-lapse video recording modes. It looks a little unwieldy, but since it's taking the place of two items in our gadget bags, we'll let it slide.

  • Canon PowerShot S100 Camera

    Canon's celebrated S-series is back for more enthusiast point-and-shoot action with the Canon PowerShot S100 Camera ($430). Keeping the terrific control ring and shooting modes from its S95 predecessor, the S100 offers a 12.1-megapixel HS CMOS sensor, a new 24-120 f/2.0 wide-angle, 5x optical zoom lens, built-in GPS for effortless geotagging, ISO sensitivity to 6400, and your choice between stealthy black or shiny silver bodies. Hitting your photostream this November.

  • Samsung MV800 Camera

    Say what you will about the pros and cons of social networking, but one thing's for sure — it has spawned an entire generation for whom the self portrait is essential. For this new band of self shooters, we present the Samsung MV800 Camera ($280). It packs plenty of the tech you'd expect — like a 16.1 megapixel CCD sensor, 720p movie recording, a Schneider 5x optical zoom lens, dual-mode image stabilization, standard and live panorama 3D shooting modes, HDMI output, and microSD/SDHC storage, but also boasts a three-inch, flip-out touchscreen display, and, for those self portraits, a second shutter button on the rear. You've never made yourself look so good.

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