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Anyone looking for a camera that can keep up with skiing, snowboarding, dirt biking, mountain biking or diving should check out the Liquid Image goggles with integrated 1080p HD video camera. 

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Summer’s just about here, and you’ll soon be ramping up your travel and outdoor activities. If you’re looking for a camcorder or still camera that’s easy to travel with, and one that doesn’t mind going wherever you do, consider Sony’s new HDR-GW77V Handycam.

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The K-30 is Pentax’s newest endeavor in the DSLR market and features a familiar set of specifications, while improving upon functionality and overall efficiency. Pentax has also announced a new medium-telephoto-length 50mm f/1.8 prime lens.

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Olympus sent its Tough camera to finishing school, and the result is a camera as rugged as ever, but with some very smooth new moves. Like its predecessors, the new TG-1 iHS camera will stand up to pretty much any physical challenge.

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3 years ago
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I'm a big fan of cameras that fit in my pocket. I'm also aware of how dainty some of the tinier digicams can be, which is why I've been even a bigger fan of the more rugged, tough digicams that have come to market over the past couple of years from Olympus, Panasonic, Canon, and Fuji. Add to this list the Pentax Optio W90.

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With their distinctive bowtie-like body styling, the newly-announced Pentax Optio WG-2 and WG-2 GPS bear an uncanny resemblance to their rugged Optio ancestors. Although the new cameras—13th-generation models according to the Pentax press release—strongly resemble their forebears, they contain enough internal and external improvements to warrant the title "new."

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The ways people use cameras are changing, especially after they capture a picture or video. Now, it’s all about point and share. Still, Canon hasn’t forgotten about the point-and-shoot part. For 2012, the company is releasing ten new PowerShot models that help make dreadful-picture taking a thing of the past, while including several models that streamline the ease of getting your creativity before the eyes of the world.

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Sometimes the introduction of new cameras only makes choosing one that much more difficult. If you’ve been in the market for a new point-and-shoot camera, Panasonic’s announcement of four new Lumix cameras might just give you a good enough reason not to buy that other brand you had in mind.

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3 years ago
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Announcing an abundance of FinePix cameras for 2012, Fujifilm is offering a point-and-shoot model for every need and budget. Cameras’ resolutions range from 12 to 16 Megapixels and optical zooms from 5x to 20x.The cameras integrate color LCDs ranging in size from 2.7 to 3 inches. A few have electronic viewfinders.

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Olympus has introduced a quintet of new point-and-shoot digital cameras, at CES 2012, that include simple snappy-shoots, a new Tough series camera and a couple of pocket-sized super zooms.

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When people ask me why I recommend Pelican cases for storing and transporting cameras, lighting equipment and other sorts of shock-sensitive tools and doodads safely, I tell them to read the warranty statement that comes with every Pelican shipping case. 

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3 years ago
Hands-on Review

“Summer” is short for “let’s get out of the house and hit the shore, the trails, or anywhere else one can get out and enjoy those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer…” and don’t forget the camera.  But before you start wrapping your digital camera in bubble wrap to protect it from the ravages of surf and turf, you might want to check out the dozens of waterproof, crushproof and shockproof pocket cameras we stock at B&H.

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