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The rear view of the Lumix DMC-L1
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.
Casio boasts that its new trio of digital cameras are eBay ready--with an eBay Best Shot mode that takes images that are sized for eBay. The EX-Z850 takes 8.1 megapixel photos with a 3X optical zoom. It has both manual aperture and shutter speed adjustments for advanced users and retails for $399.
Olympus has already introduced its E-330 digital SLR camera using the mirror box unit and sensor it developed with Panasonic. It features "live" viewing through the Color LCD and advanced swivel capability so you can capture results from top to bottom and in-between.
Sony introduced two new digital cameras, the Cyber Shot DSC-W30 (pictured) and the Cyber Shot DSC-W50. They're both 6-megapixel point-and-shoot cameras with 3X optical zoom.
One of the new cameras introduced by Nikon is the CoolPix P3 which is geared for the advanced photographer. The 8.1 megapixel camera gives many manual options and includes Nikon's red eye fix, face focus and light-adjusting technologies. The camera will reach the market in March for $449.
One of the newer Nikon models is the CoolPix L2. It's 6.0 megapixels with 3x optical zoom and contains the in-camera red eye fix, facial focusing and lighting technology. It retails for $249.95.