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Lumix DMC-L1At this week's Photo Marketing Association International's 2006 (PMA 2006) trade show in Orlando, Fla., Matsushita is showing off a prototype of its first SLR camera which is slated to debut later this year. The 7.5 megapixel Lumix DMC-L1 allows photographers to frame their shots with the LCD screen instead of the optical viewfinder, just like a point-and-shoot model. The camera is based on technology that was jointly developed by Matsushita and Olympus.
For more information, see CNET's coverage of PMA 2006.
The rear view of the Lumix DMC-L1
Canon EOS 30d
Canon's high-end new model is the EOS 30D digital SLR camera, an 8.2-megapixel model that can take up to 30 JPEG images in a 5-frames-per-second burst mode.