Olympus E-3

Olympus’s Four Thirds sensor limits your lens choices, but the E-3 takes excellent pictures.  The Olympus E-3 is a beefy, 10-megapixel, semipro DSLR aching to beat up on the competition. But at $1,700 for its magnesium-muscled body and another $900 for a top-of-the-line Supersonic Wave Drive (SWD) lens, it may be tough to take on contenders that offer as much (or more) for the money.

Canon PowerShot G9

No need to lug a DSLR to every outing—the PowerShot G9 saves room in your beach bag for more sandwiches.  The PowerShot G9 is a “prosumer” camera, neither fish nor fowl in a world that otherwise clearly defines point-and-shoot versus full DSLR. But in not being clearly one or the other, the G9 winds up delivering many of the best characteristics of both. Its $500 list price is at the high end for point-and-shoots, and adding Canon’s optional lenses pushes it toward DSLR prices, but the price also foreshadows features with a high-end bent.

Casio Exilim EX-S10

America's Next Top Camera Model

FinePix S 8000FD

Shoot the Moon -- Literally

Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS

Shaken, Not Blurred

Nikon D60

Who Needs iPhoto When You Can Edit in The Camera?

Olympus Stylus 1030 SW

A Nearly Invincible Super-Shooter

Eye-Fi Card

Eye-Fi looks and acts like a standard SD card while slinging photos wirelessly to your Mac.

Nikon D300

Stellar Shooter

DXG-110

It's Not Just About the Megapixels