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Does your old digital camera have you down? Does it lag? Do the batteries die too quickly? If you're ready for a new camera, then look no further than these camera deals, two of which are Editors' Choice picks. If you can't find the exact right camera here, check out our daily camera deals for more makes and models.
Is It Worth It?: If you are an amateur kayaker or mountaineer, this all-terrain video camera is just the piece of equipment you need to document those adventures. Action Camera Reviews gushes, "If you're looking for an action camera that can do it all, the Oregon Scientific ATC 9K is for you." The key feature that separates this camera from the competition is that shock and water resistance are built into the unit, eliminating the necessity for an extra protective layer that would interfere with quality sound recording.
It features a 1.5" LCD, 1080x720p video recording, 32MB internal memory, microSD card slot, HDMI connectivity, G-force sensor, and more. It's waterproof and comes with a remote, carry bag, four mounts, and rechargeable battery.
Is It Worth It?: Canon's G series is a classic example of a "prosumer" line of cameras: high-quality, easy-to-use cameras designed for the beginner photographer, which most advanced photographers still use for casual shooting. In this deal the Canon PowerShot G12 10-Megapixel Digital Camera in Black comes bundled with the Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II Photo Printer for the affordable price of $307.50 via $400 mail-in rebate (paid via American Express prepaid card).
The camera features a 2.8" LCD, 5x optical zoom, 720p video recording, optical image stabilization, SD/SDHC and MMC card slot, mini HDMI port, USB connectivity, and more. The printer features an 8-color ink system, up to 4800x2400 resolution, up to 13" x 19" borderless prints, image correction, USB connectivity, PictBridge support, and more.
Is It Worth It?: This and the below Canon deals are extremely similar, so let's outline the differences. This Editors' Choice deal and the next one involve the same product, but this refurbished 12-megapixel Canon Rebel T3 comes bundled with the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Type II Lens. Imaging Resource calls this setup a "compelling package for amateur photographers looking to step up to their first SLR." The camera features a 2.7" vari-angle LCD, HD video recording, 3.0 fps continuous shooting, SDXC card slot, USB, and more. A 90-day Adorama warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: As we said, this is the same camera as the previous deal, only it's new and comes with two additional lenses: the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens, a 2x Telephoto Lens, and Pro Wide Angle Lens. It also comes bundled with a 50" tripod, 16GB Secure Digital Card, a replacement battery pack, lens cleaning kit, screen protectors, and more. You can own this Editors' Choice pro bundle for just $499.99.
Is It Worth It?: The Samsung MV800 Multiview camera in Red (pictured) or Black is the only compact point and shoot with a flip-out screen offering 180 degrees of movement. It's the perfect camera for high or low angle shooting and self portraits. Features include a 3" flip-out touchscreen LCD, 5x optical zoom, 720p video recording, dual image stabilization, face detection, HDMI 1.3 and USB connectivity, microSD/microSDHC card slot, and more.