This Week in Gadgets – An All Camera Issue
A bunch of cameras caught our eye this week unfortunately none of them would be considered cheap although if you’re will to spend some bucks and you want one of the best cameras on the market then check out one of these cameras.

New Nikon 36.3 MP DSLR

The new Nikon D800 has some pretty impressive specs like a 91,000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Metering III sensor, an improved 51-point AF system and 1080p video capture. It also has a big 3.2-inch display and will cost around $3,000 when it goes on sale in late March.

A More Affordable Nikon

If the $3,000 price tag for the D800 is beyond your budget, you could always go for the Nikon Coolpix P510. For around $430 you get a very long 42x zoom, 16.1 MP and even a built-in GPS for tagging photos.

A Waterproof
Sony Cyber-Shot
This could be a good camera to take along on your next eco-tourist adventure. The TX200V costs around $500 but it offers a waterproof, dustproof, and freezeproof, 18.2 MP camera in a very slim package.

Canon G1X DSLR Power in a Compact Camera
The new Canon G1X is a little price at $800 but you get a compact camera with a large 1.5-inch CMOS sensor that offers high ISO and good low light levels along with interchangeable lenses

Sony NEX-7 is Newest
Alpha Camera
The Sony NEX series is a very popular line of cameras with lots of fans in both the user and expert camps. The latest NEX camera from Sony is the NEX-7 which will sell for around $1300 when it goes on sale in March. The NEX-7 mirrorless camera offers 24.3 MP, APS-C sensor, an OLED viewfinder and 1080p video.

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