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Best Cutting-Edge Cameras | Digital Camera HQ's Buyer's Guide

Last updated on 03/01/2011

These cameras have all sorts of unique features that represent new ideas and innovations in digital cameras. Check out what these cutting-edge cameras can offer and see if it's the kind of thing that might suit you.

Nikon Coolpix P6000
Digital Camera with Integrated GPS
The Nikon Coolpix P6000 is one of the first cameras to have integrated GPS, meaning you can tag your photos with their exact geographical location as you shoot them. Geotagging is something of a fad, but if you're interested in pinpoint accurate information about where and when you took a photograph, the Nikon P6000 has you covered. It's a very interesting concept, but even if you're not keen on the GPS, the P6000 also has a remarkable 13-megapixel sensor to keep you happy.
[Read our full Olympus PEN E-P1 Review] The Olympus PEN E-P1 is a remarkable innovation that blends the high-performance quality of a digital SLR with the comfort, ease, and style of a point-and-shoot camera. Remarkably compact and designed to appeal with a retro-aesthetic, the PEN E-P1 features the same image sensor found in Olympus's digital SLR cameras, but using the all-new Micro Four Thirds technology, they've managed to eliminate the SLR components that make those cameras so bulky and cumbersome. What's left is the boldest new idea in digital cameras in a very long time.
Nikon Coolpix S610c
E-Mail Photos Right From the Camera!
The Nikon Coolpix S610c continues that brand's steady march toward wireless. Like the S52c before it, the S610c allows users to transfer their photos to their computer via Wi-Fi connection, and to immediately e-mail photos from their camera to friends over the Internet whenever there is a connection available. Though Nikon is still including Wi-Fi capabilities as an alternative option to their traditional cameras, the technology works so well it's a wonder that they don't make it a standard feature in all their models. Until then, the S610c is the perfect blend of high-quality point-and-shoot photography and futuristic wireless photo transfer.