Kodak PlayTouch 1080p
$230 @ Kodak.com
Blu-ray quality 1080p HD video is rare in such a small digital video camera—but the PlayTouch's got it. It also features a 3-inch touch screen so you can easily swipe through your videos and photos.
Nikon Coolpix s1100pj
$350 @ Nikon.com
Project amd share pictures and HD videos from your camera onto any surface. Images come through bright and clear and can be stretched up to the size of a 47-inch display from up to eight feet away.
$150 @ Samsung.com
A built-in USB connector on this inexpensive and easy-to-use gem allows you to forgo wires when uploading pics. Other highlights: auto-face detection and and red-eye correction, a 12.2mp image sensor, 4x optical zoom, and a 2.7-inch LCD screen.
$400 @ Canon.com
Don't be fooled by the simple, sleek design—the s95 packs pro-level capability and high-end features like a bright wide-angle lens, pro-style manual controls, and improved low-light shooting. A nice upgrade.
Fujifilm Finepix 3D W3
$500 @ Fujifilm.com
That's right. You can now shoot real 3D photos and video. Two 3x zoom lenses take shots from different positions. The camera then merges the images into a single enhanced 3D photo. (If you're feeling retro, the W3 shoots conventional 2D images, too.)
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