Panasonic Lumix LX5 Camera

This “stunning yet pocketable” camera has a 10-megapixel sensor, an F2.0, 24 mm Leica lens, and a 3.8x optical zoom.

Price: $500

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Contact: Panasonic.com

Source: Fastcompany.com

Canon EOS 5D Mark II

This “magnesium-bodied beauty” has a 21-megapixel sensor. It can also shoot 1080-pixel video at 30 frames per second to create “truly cinematic” footage.

Price: $2,699

Contact: Usa.Canon.com

Source: Wired

Casio Exilim EX-H10

Besides having a long-lasting battery and “one of the best user menus,” this very-wide-angle camera has a 24 mm lens and a 10x zoom—“amazing” for its small size.

Price: $250

Contact: Casio.com

Source: Esquire

Canon SD1400 IS Digital Elph

This easy-to-use camera is the “best all-around” of those we’ve tried, producing the “crispest results and the most true-to-life colors.”

Price: $250

Contact: Usa.canon.com

Source: Real Simple

Samsung NX10

Part of a “new breed” of digital camera, this model provides “high-quality image sensors” and the ability to change lenses, without the bulk of older models.

Price: $700

Contact: Samsung.com

Source: Popular Mechanics

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