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Published on Nov 23, 2012
Olympus XZ-1 - $315 For a point-and-shoot at a great price, the Olympus XZ-1 won't disappoint. http://amzn.to/106uXmg
Nikon P7100 - $369 If you can only own one camera/camcorder, the Nikon P7100 is it, because of the external mic input! http://amzn.to/106xcWC
Sony DSC-RX100 - $650 The 20MP 1" sensor in the Sony DSC-RX100 makes it a formidable pocket camera if shooting stills is your primary concern. http://amzn.to/10nBUOO
Canon T4i - $799 If you want a solid dSLR on a budget, the Canon T4i is a great choice and it does nice video work as well. Add in the awesome little 50mm f1.8 lens for another $100 and you have a full-featured dSLR for $900. http://amzn.to/URvP8u http://amzn.to/URwRRS
Canon 5D Mark II - $1,800 The Canon 5D Mark II is a great workhorse of a camera, shooting fantastic photos and video, and recent price drops make it a great bargain. http://amzn.to/URwE16
Nikon D800 - $3,000 If you're not heavily invested in Canon lenses, you should give serious consideration to the Nikon D800. It pretty much matches the Canon 5D Mk III feature for feature, and has a MUCH higher resolution sensor. http://amzn.to/URC507
GoPro Hero2 - $300 We use these little GoPro Hero HD cameras all the time at GeekBeat. They're great for getting point of view shots in tight spaces (like cars). Note: We originally recommended the GoPro Hero3, but have changed that to the Hero2 due to stability issues we've experienced with the Hero3. http://amzn.to/UhxenO
Canon VIXIA HF M500 - $400 The Canon VIXIA HF M500 will give you great HD recording with image stabilization, at a price that's hard to beat. http://amzn.to/Xykodc
Canon XF100 Professional Camcorder - $3,000 With the Canon XF100 you've got a workhorse of a camera with professional XLR mic inputs, 4-2-2 50Mbps recording, dual compact flash card slots, an 8 blade iris, and a 1/3" sensor. http://amzn.to/UTQTAL