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Everytime we round up camera deals, we can't help but get the "Smile, You're on Candid Camera!" jingle stuck in our heads. This week's deals are mostly Editors' Choices and are helping us feel OK about humming along as we go. But if these cameras don't fit your needs or budget, check out our other daily cameras deals.
Is It Worth It?: Featuring 1080p video recording and 3.7 fps continuous shooting, this Editors' Choice digital SLR bundle includes a camera and versatile lens, saving new photographers money to use on the fisheye lens they've been considering — perfect for taking panoramas or getting artistic shots of street art. (You'll also have cash for any of these secondary lenses.) You can download your images from the camera via its mini HDMI output, SDHC/MMC card slot, or USB.
Is It Worth It?: If a digital SLR seems like too much camera, consider this manageable point-and-shoot. Like the model above, this camera provides 1080p video capture. It's also outfitted with a 3" LCD screen, 18x optical zoom, and image stabilization as well as face detection, USB connectivity, and more.
Of note, BJ's Wholesale Club offers its members this camera bundled with a 4GB SD card for $149.99 with free shipping.
Is It Worth It?: Protect your camera and that new fisheye lens with this Editors' Choice deal on a shoulder bag. It can accommodate a variety of equipment (and has space for a water bottle) with its removable inside padding, front pocket, and side hanging system.
Is It Worth It?: Is your current flash card full of photos? This 16GB Class 6 SDHC card is compatible with many digital cameras, and this Editors' Choice offer will cost you just $8.99, or $0.56/GB. That's the lowest total price we've ever seen for a 16GB Class 6 microSDHC card.
Is It Worth It?: Although not an Editors' Choice deal, this camera was the most popular with readers last week, and for good reason. This point-and-shoot camera takes 1080p HD video, and features a 3" LCD, 20x optical zoom, 3D still image and 3D sweep panorama modes, face detection, and MS Pro Duo/MS PRO-HG Duo/MS Duo/SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slots.
Front page photo credit: The Online Photographer