Records HD 720p video at 30 fps, with H.264 compression
Available in March
All of these cameras come with Dual Image Stabilization already installed, composed of both optical and digital image stabilizers. These functions attempt to compesate for camera shake by shifting the lens around in opposite directions to reduce blurring.
The new Samsungs also all come with Smart Auto for both video and stills, meaning that they can automatically pick out the scene mode for you based on environmental settings. (That's bound to be wrong sometimes, but it's worth trying out.) Then there are the usual preset functions like face and blink detection, nighttime, fireworks and Samsung's special "Beauty Shot." (I am quite curious about "Dawn Backlight" as well.)
These also all go by some different names in Europe, so watch out for that. With the exception of the HZ35W, all of them seem fairly standard. Prices haven't been announced yet, but I can't see most of these being that expensive. Or at least they shouldn't be.