Samsung’s 10 MP TL500 offers surprisingly fast glass for a compact camera with an f/1.8 24mm ultra-wide angle 3x zoom lens; also: a RAW shooting and a 3″ multi-angle AMOLED display.
With a capacity of 60 4″x6″ photos, this SD Photo Album is a bit lightweight compared to its digital equivalents but makes up for it with a supersized form factor; available April 2010.
Joby’s camera tripods get even clingier with Gorillapod Magnetic; it keeps the line’s flexible 360 degree arms but also adds three magnetic feet; it’ll hold cameras up to 11.5 ounces.
It keeps the G-Lens, body, and 3″LCD, but Sony’s Cyber-shot H55 is a budget version of the HX5V; it replaces the CMOS sensor with a 14.1 MP CCD and 1080p with 720p video recording.
Sturdy and stylish, Sony’s 10.2 MP DSC-TX5 is the world’s slimmest rugged compact; dustproof, waterproof, coldproof, and shock resistant, it boasts a 3″ touchscreen that works underwater.
Lv Sisi’s Digital Analogue is true to its name; the kinetic stop motion short film was edited digitally but is composed of over 6,000 still photos and set to sounds made by antique cameras.
Today’s Canon camera onslaught ends with the PowerShot SD3500 IS; along with 14.1 MP and a 5x 24mm wide angle optical zoom lens, its main feature is a large 3.5″ LCD touchscreen.
It’s no DSLR, but Canon’s 14.1 MP PowerShot SX210 IS is their top-of-the-line point-and-shoot; it boasts an impressive 14x wide angle optical zoom lens, 720p video, and 3″ LCD.
Canon’s SD1400 IS is its slimmest Powershot camera ever with a thickness of just 0.7″; it features a 14.1 MP sensor, 28mm wide-angle lens with 4x optical zoom, and 720p @ 30fps video.
Step aside, T1i: the EOS Rebel T2i is Canon’s new flagship entry-level DSLR; it packs an 18MP APS-C sensor, 1080p video @ 30fps w/manual exposure, max 12800 ISO, and 3″ LCD.
Kudos to Frans, aka fotoopa (Belgian for photo-grandpa): he’s built his own Arduino Bee Camera Rig that uses crossed lasers to photograph insects as small as 2 mm while in flight.
The 14.2MP Coolpix S8000 is Nikon’s flagship compact with looks to match; the slimmest camera in its class, it boasts 10x wide angle optical zoom, 720p video, and 4-way image stabilization.
Ricoh’s CX3 updates its CX2 with a 10 MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor, enhanced noise reduction, 16:9 aspect ratio mode, 720p video at 30 fps, and a quiet, no-flash pet mode.
Nikon pitches its hat into the superzoom ring with the Coolpix P100; it boasts a low-light friendly 10.3MP CMOS sensor, 26x optical zoom, 3″ tilt LCD, and 1080p @ 30fps video recording.
A wallet-friendlier version of the EP-1, Olympus’ PEN E-PL1 is a Micro Four Thirds camera with a 12.3 MP Live MOS sensor, in-body image stabilization, HD video, and polycarbonite body.
Not to be outdone by Fuijfilm’s HS10, Olympus’ SP-800UZ also sports a 30x zoom lens but packs it into the world’s smallest superzoom body; it also features a 14 MP sensor and 3″ LCD.
It’s no DSLR, but you won’t mind with FujiFilm’s FinePix HS10 superzoom: it features 30x optical zoom, 1080p video, a 3″ tilting LCD, triple image stabilization, and 1000 fps movie capture.
Rugged yet loaded, Olympus’ 14 MP Stylus Tough 8010 offers 720p HD video and a 5x wide-angle optical zoom lens; it’s also water resistant to 33 feet and can survive a 6.6 foot drop.
Carry your camera while staying light with Lowepro’s Passport Sling; it offers a sliding shoulder pad, cam lock buckle, slash pockets, and padded box with room for DSLR w/lens + extra lens.
At 10 meters, Panasonic’s 14.1MP DMC-TS2 triples the water resistance of the TS1; it also boasts lower temperature resistance (14°F vs 32°F) and better shock proofing (2m vs 1.5m).
The world’s smallest photo/video hybrid superzoom, Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-ZS7 is a 12.1MP compact camera with 12x optical zoom, wide angle Leica lens, GPS, and HD video recording.
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