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The lightest and smallest action camera from GoPro. It lacks 4K video, but can record in full HD. It also features a waterproof casing and a dynamically-switching dual-microphone system. View Reviews »
Sony's NEX-3N is an interchangeable lens camera with a category-leading price of $499 (with 16-50mm lens). It's also quite small -- Sony hailed it as the smallest interchangeable lens camera with an APS-C-sized sensor as of February '13 -- and while it may be eclipsed by other models, it will still be among the most compact mirrorless cameras you can buy this year. The 16-megapixel NEX-3N features a ... View Reviews »
Panasonic's Lumix ZS30 (or TZ40, as its called in Europe), is an 18-megapixel camera with a 20x zoom lens in a very compact body. You'll find built-in Wi-Fi and GPS for geo-tagging, plus high quality HD recording in the AVCHD format at 1080p. The ZS30 is capable of burst modes up to 10 frames per second and features a 3-inch touch screen display, an improved image stabilization technology that works... View Reviews »
Fujifilm's X100s is a 16-megapixel camera with a single focal length lens (i.e. no zoom), 2.8-inch LCD and a $1,299 price tag. It's a retro-styled camera designed for advanced amateurs you aren't afraid of manual focusing and exploring the finer points of aperture and shutter speed. The X100s is capable of shooting at 6 frames per second (fps) and you'll also enjoy HD video recording (1920 x 1080 at 30 or... View Reviews »
The original Looxcie was something of an oddball: a Bluetooth headset that doubled as a camcorder. The updated Looxcie Explore HD dumps the Bluetooth and focuses strictly on being an action camera. It offers 720p HD video at 60 frames per second (fps) or 1080p HD video at 30fps. Included mounts let you attach the camera to a helment, handlebars, etc. The external controls are sparse but the camera can be... View Reviews »
Sony's RX1 is a unique breed: it packs a full-frame image sensor typically found on professional-grade digital SLRs into the body of a compact camera. A "full frame" sensor is one that's the same size as 35mm film (remember that?), and larger than the sensors found on most compact cameras and consumer-friendly digital SLRs. This 24-megapixel larger sensor is capable of capturing much more light and thus... View Reviews »
When it comes to advanced d-SLRs, few companies boast Nikon's heritage. But the new wave of compact interchangeable lens cameras (also called mirrorless systems) has thrown the competition wide open, and Nikon was later to the party than others. The Nikon 1 V2 is the company's latest stab at a compact system and it delivers a 14-megapixel image sensor, 3-inch display and built-in flash. The V2's real... View Reviews »
The Fujifilm X-E1 is a highly styled, high-end digital camera. It's a mirrorless, interchangeable lens system with a serious price tag -- $1,000 for the body alone. It offers a 16-megapixel sensor, numerous manual controls, a high-resolution electronic viewfinder and a .5 second startup time. You'll enjoy 6 frames per second (fps) burst shooting and a 2.8-inch LCD display. The styling of the X-E1 isn't... View Reviews »
Looking for d-SLR-like performance from a compact camera? Olympus' Pen series of interchangeable lens cameras have crammed many an advanced feature into ultra-slim camera designs. The latest in the series, the Pen E-PM2, continues the tradition with a 16-megapixel sensor, a 3-inch Live View touchscreen LCD display and HD video recording at 1080i. Using the touchscreen you can select focus areas, choose... View Reviews »
The world of "action cameras" has grown dramatically thanks in large part to the efforts of GoPro. If you're the outdoor adventure type - snowboarding, sky diving, mountain biking and generally tempting fate - this is the camera for you. The third edition of their Hero product - aptly named the Hero 3  (Black Edition) - builds on a strong tradition with HD video and a new image processor. The... View Reviews »

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