Digital Cameras and Printers: Best of 2010

Sony's innovative Alpha NEX-5 camera and Canon's solid Pixma MG8120 printer outshine their competitors in 2010.

By Editors, PC World |  Personal Tech, digital cameras, printers

Canon EOS 7D review | canon.com

Sony Handycam NEX-VG10

Camcorder; $2000 The innovative NEX-VG10 interchangeable-lens HD camcorder shoots 1080p AVCHD video and takes 14-megapixel stills--and it costs about $4000 less than the only other swappable-lens camcorder on the market, a model from Panasonic. (#28)

Sony Handycam NEX-VG10 coverage | sonystyle.com

Logitech C910

Webcam; $100 You get crystal-clear 1080p video quality wrapped up in a sleek design. The addition of SkypeHD video-calling support only boosts the C910's appeal. (#35)

Logitech C910 review | logitech.com

Panasonic HDC-SDT750

Camcorder; $1400 Looking for 3D content to watch on a 3D TV? An included, detachable 3D-conversion lens mounts onto the HDC-SDT750's f/1.5, 12X-optical-zoom Leica lens, making it the first 3D-capable consumer camcorder. Without the 3D lens, it shoots 1080p video at 60 frames per second. (#45)

Panasonic HDC-SDT750 coverage | panasonic.com

Cisco Flip UltraHD 8GB with FlipPort

Camcorder; $200 This game-changer shoots smoother video than its Flip predecessors, thanks to the addition of digital image stabilization and a faster, 60-frames-per-second rate when capturing 720p video. But the big draw is the FlipPort, which lets you attach accessories such as microphones and battery extenders. (#77)


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