Speaking of pocketable power, Nikon's manual-oriented Coolpix P7000 was on display at the show. Its control layout offers an incredible amount of granular fine-tuning and fast access to image controls, for a non-DSLR. Three mode dials on the top let shooters adjust exposure compensation, bracketing modes, ISO settings, and custom settings without diving into the on-screen menus. The camera has a 10-megapixel CCD sensor, a 7.1X wide-angle zoom lens (28mm to 200mm, f/2.8 to f/8.0), and a hot shoe for external flashes and microphones. It's available now for $500.