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CAMERAS FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION

Olympus Stylus 770SW

Swimming with the sharks in Bora Bora? Whitewater rafting the New River Gorge? Olympus' 7.1-megapixel Stylus 770W can survive a 5-foot drop and is waterproof to 33 feet, perfect for capturing sea life during those shallow ocean dives and for all sorts of extreme-weather and water conditions.

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Casio Exilim Hi-Zoom EX-V7

Want to travel light while trekking across the Grand Canyon without forfeiting the zoom? Casio's Exilim Hi-Zoom EX-V7 ($300 street) comes loaded with a 7.2 megapixel sensor and wide range 7x optical zoom lens (38-266mm 35mm equivalent), perfect for capturing those detailed red-rock formations from a distance.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3

Traveling across Europe but leaving the heavy gear at home? The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 offers 7.2-megapixels and a 10x optically stabilized zoom. The TZ3 was built with travelers in mind and includes a clipboard mode allowing you to easily capture maps and documents as well as multiple time zones. You can leave the fanny pack at home with this powerful pocket cam.

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Nikon Coolpix P5000

Looking to capture those incredible fireworks this 4th of July? Nikon's 10.4-megapixel Coolpix P5000 comes with a full manual mode giving the photographer complete control over both aperture and shutter speed in a compact highly capable design perfect for those long exposures (don't forget the tripod).

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Nikon Coolpix P5000


Canon EOS 1D-Mark III

Heading down to Antarctica to play with the penguins? Bring the heavy gear along for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Canon's new professional body offers a 10.2 megapixel sensor and high ISO sensitivity (up to 6400) so capturing tack sharp images even at twilight won't be an issue. With 10 fps at full resolution you won't miss any peak penguin action. Pair it with a Canon telephoto lens for the ultimate wildlife set-up.

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Nikon Coolpix s50c

Going on a road trip but want to leave the laptop home? The 7.2-megapixel Nikon Coolpix S50c can zap your photos to friends and family from any T-Mobile hotspot. Other features include optical image stabilization, a 3-inch LCD and slim, stylish design.

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Pentax K10D

Going on a road trip but want to leave the laptop home? The 7.2-megapixel Nikon Coolpix S50c can zap your photos to friends and family from any T-Mobile hotspot. Other features include optical image stabilization, a 3-inch LCD and slim, stylish design.

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Canon PowerShot TX1

Want to show off that new high-def television set? Canon's 7.1-megapixel TX1 shoots 30fps high-definition video at 1280x720p, perfect for capturing crisp family memories. This hybrid still/video camera includes an optically-stabilized 10x zoom lens and can shoot stills at 2.2fps with a high-speed SD card.

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Olympus Evolt E-410

Wish you could shoot with a digital-SLR but can't bear the weight? The Olympus E-410 bears the title of the world's smallest and lightest digital-SLR camera. Pair the camera's live preview mode with Olympus' $1100 PT-E03 underwater housing and shoot with ease to depths of 133 feet.

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Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro

Frustrated by blown highlights or underexposed shadows? Bring back the detail in sand and sky without losing the detail in your shadows using Fujifilm's FinePix S5 Pro. The 10-megapixel Nikon lens compatible digital-SLR uses a combination of large and small pixels to capture much more tonal range in a scene.

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