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Pentax Optio W20

The W20 is old as digital cameras go. Check out a newer model, like the W90. Here's what we had to say about the W20 when it was released in August 2006:The Pentax Optio W20 is a resilient compact digital camera, able to withstand tough conditions...

Grade: C- Price: $0.00

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Pentax Optio WG-1 GPS

Pentax's WG-1 GPS is Pentax's first GPS-enabled rugged camera. Specs are pretty average for the class, with a 5x zoom, 720p HD video, and a 2.7-inch LCD. It's waterproof to a depth of 33ft and shockproof from 5 feet, as well as dustproof and freez...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Pentax Optio WG-2

Pentax's super-rugged WG-1 gets an update in the WG-2 and WG-2 GPS. The old CCD sensor is switched out for a shiny new backlit CMOS sensor than outputs 1080p HD video. Waterproof to 40 feet, shockproof from up to a 5-foot drop, crush-proof to with...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Pentax W80

The Pentax W80 holds up the bottom end of the all-weather, waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof marketplace. It's certainly tough, but the image quality just doesn't stack up to that of its outdoorsy competitors like the Olympus TOUGH 8000. You'll ...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Polaroid Snap

Move aside, boring budget cameras. The Polaroid Snap isn't just cheap, it's one of the more entertaining point-and-shoot cameras on the market. That's because, along with saving a 10 megapixel digital file, it also spits out 2x3 instan...

Grade: B- Price: $100.00

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Polaroid Snap Touch

The original idea behind photo sharing is back with a newly remained camera. the Polaroid Snap Touch is technically a digital camera -- it uses a 13 megapixel digital sensor -- but it spits out instant prints true to Polaroid's past.The camera...

Grade: B- Price: $29.00

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Ricoh WG-4 GPS

The WG-4 officially drops the Pentax name for point-and-shoots, but there's not too much else that's new about this camera. The 2014 model offers the same sensor and lens, though there's a few additional modes that allow for manually a...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Samsung AQ100

The AQ100 has the guts of a regular point-and-shoot wrapped up in a slim, waterproof body. This won't survive a deep-sea dive, but it can go as deep as 10 feet underwater -- perfect for a day at the beach. Like many new point and shoots, it takes ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Samsung DualView TL210

The TL210 is one of Samsung's second-generation DualView models, whichfeature an LCD screen on both sides of the camera for easierself-portraits. The front-LCD feature was well-executed on the TL210'spredecessors, though the image quality and perf...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Samsung DualView TL220

The TL220 was one of the first DualView cameras, which has gone on to be a successful line for Samsung. Alas, this model is now out of production. Here's what we had to say when it was released in September 2009:[Read our hands-on review of the TL...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Samsung DualView TL225

A high percentage of all digital photos are self-portraits taken at an arm's length, as somebody must have realized during a focus group. This results in a similarly high number of pictures featuring only disembodied arms, foreheads, and half-face...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Samsung ES80

The ES80 sits at the bottom end of Samsung's 2011 lineup. Nothing much to remark on here: a 5x zoom, and some regular "features" like digital stabilization and face detection. What else do you want for $100?

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Samsung NX1000

Announced alongside the NX210 and NX20, the NX1000 is aimed squarely at the budget mirrorless market. It boasts the same 20.3 megapixel sensor as the higher-end models, yet that sensor is housed in a point-and-shoot style body reminiscent of Nikon...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Samsung PL210

Samsung's PL210 looks like an unspectacular but well-priced compact zoom. It's pretty standard stuff for the genre: 14 megapixels, 10x optical zoom at a 27mm wide-angle optical image stabilization, and 720p HD video (motion JPEG). It is pretty thi...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Samsung SH100

By regular digicam standards, the SH100 has slightly above-average specs, like one of Samsung's DualView models, but without the front-facing LCD. But it's slightly more interesting than that: It packs WiFi b/g/n capabilities for easy sharing, and...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Samsung SL30

The Samsung SL30 is an excellent camera with a number of stunning features at a low price. A 3x optical zoom and high quality 10.2-megapixel resolution allows you to get up close to the action without sacrificing picture color or sharpness. Additi...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Samsung SL600

The Samsung SL600 is a middle-of-the-road point-and-shoot that could sell a ton of units if its cheap enough. Nothing fancy here, a camera that takes decent pictures (though the 5x optical zoom is above average). We can't see anything that really ...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Samsung SL605

The SL605 is marketed as a "durable" camera, which dubious at best, a crock of you-know-what of at worst. True ruggedized or durable cameras are shockproof and should at least be able to survive a fall off of a table. The SL605 is simply a boring ...

Grade: C Price: $0.00

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Samsung SL630

Nothing special here, just a budget-minded camera. It's reasonably small for its price point and features a 5x zoom, 12 megapixel sensor, dual image stabilization, and a slew of easy-to-use auto modes. If Samsung's previous SL-series cameras are a...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Samsung ST90

The Samsung ST90 looks like a regular mid-range point-and-shoot, with a 5x optical zoom and 720p HD video, which are a good value at this price. Compared to the ST95, it has a lower megapixel count (which is probably a good thing) and a non-touch ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Samsung WB210

Samsung is back with a new WB-series compact zoom (formerly HZ series in North America). The WB210 looks pretty decked out in a few key places; it sports a 12x optical zoom, an enormous 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, optical stabilization and 720p HD v...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

Sigma SD Quattro H

A digital camera's image sensor is the biggest indicator of image quality, and while the Sigma SD Quattro H doesn't yet have a price or release date, it does have three sensors.Most digital camera sensors have a filter with a pattern of re...

Grade: A- Price: $0.00

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Sony Alpha A560

The A560 is a consumer-oriented dSLR with specs to put it in line with the rest of the pack. It's not as forward-thinking or intriguing as Sony's new translucent-mirror A55 and A33 models, and as such, won't get as much attention, but the specific...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H90

Sony's least expensive entry to the travel zoom category, the H90 is the same size as the HX10 but still relies on a CCD sensor rather than CMOS. It's quite a bit larger than its predecessor, the H70, but gains a more impressive 16x zoom with 24mm...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Sony CyberShot DSC-M1

The Sony CyberShot DSC-M1 has since been replaced by the Sony Bloggie PM5, another camcorder/digital camera hybrid. Here's what we had to say about the M1 when it was released:Sony's first attempt at a camera/camcorder hybrid, the Sony CyberShot D...

Grade: D Price: $0.00

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Sony CyberShot DSC-T33

The ultra thin, all-metal Sony DSC-T33 offers a great design but a dubious ancestry. As the follow-up to the Sony DSC-T1, the T33 doesn't have very big shoes to fill: Digital Camera HQ receives more consistent user complaints about the T1 than any...

Grade: D Price: $0.00

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Sony CyberShot DSC-V3

With a slick black body, rubber handgrip, and 2.5" LCD, the Sony CyberShot DSC-V3 looks like a serious camera. The V3's beauty is more than skin-deep, however: With a 7-megapixel image sensor, Compact Flash and Memory Stick slots, and JPEG, TIFF a...

Grade: D+ Price: $0.00

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W620

The W-series has done really well in the past couple years, blending a diminutive size with stylish brushed-metal body and snappy performance. The W620 comes in at $10 more than the W610, yet we aren't sure that's money well-spent. The zoom gets a...

Grade: B Price: $80.00

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Sony CyberShot DSC-W7

The sleek Sony CyberShot DSC-W7 offers 7-megapixel resolution, a 3x optical zoom, and a huge 2.5" LCD screen. Powered by AA batteries, and small enough to be tucked into a pocket almost unnoticed, the Sony W7 makes a great companion for travelers....

Grade: F Price: $0.00

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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W810

Fewer manufacturers are spending time on developing point-and-shoots, especially sub-$100 budget compacts. Sony has continued to offer a handful of models and the W810 comes in as their most budget freindly for 2014. The saying you get what you pa...

Grade: B Price: $83.00