Here Come the Cameras: Highlights of the Post-CES Deluge

Options abound if you’re looking for a new camera in 2011. Here are the new announcements we’re most excited about in the realms of ultracompact cameras, premium point-and-shoots, pocket megazooms, rugged cameras, DSLRs, and everything in between.

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Building on an already-excellent camera, the 14X-optical-zoom PowerShot SX230 HS adds a new sensor, 1080p video capture, high-speed shooting, and in-camera GPS to the mix.

Price when rated: 350.00
Lowest price: $316.00 via Amazon.com
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The long-zoom, GPS-enabled Lumix ZS10 is a nice compact camera for travelers, but it suffers from indifferent image quality and mediocre battery life.

Price when rated: 400
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The Nikon Coolpix S9100 is the rare beast that will please both novices and experienced shooters, even with its lack of manual controls. Thanks to its great image quality and creative controls, practically anyone will find this camera a pleasure to use.

Price when rated: 330.00
Lowest price: $259.00 via Amazon Marketplace
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The Nikon Coolpix P300 offers great hardware and performance for its price, with an F1.8 lens, manual controls, and a very easy-to-use interface.

Price when rated: 330.00
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The Canon EOS Rebel T3i, with an 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS optional kit lens, is a complete picture-taking and moviemaking machine.

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