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Give your photos a much-needed reboot with one of these Editors' Choice camera deals. From point-and-shoots to SLRs, we've got the right camera for every need and budget. Be sure to check our camera home page for all the latest Cyber Monday camera deals.
Is It Worth It?: Despite being the step-down model to the pricier Hero4 Black, CNET says the Hero4 Silver is the best GoPro for the money, giving this action cam its coveted Editors' Choice award. Though we saw this cam for $40 less last Wednesday, today's deal offers more value since you also get a 32GB microSDHC card and a $50 Amazon gift card. The GoPro4 Silver features up to 4K video recording, up to 12-megapixel photos at 30 fps, waterproof housing (up to 131 feet), WiFi, and Bluetooth.
Is It Worth It?: The HTC RE is fun to use, and if you don't expect too much out of it (like movie-making chops), it does the job, says Digital Trends. Currently at $95, it's 50% off, $4 under our Black Friday mention, and closer to an impulse buy than its more expensive competitor, the GoPro Cam. It features a grip sensor, up to 1080p video capture, water-proof design, wide angle lens, and digital image stabilization. It's also available at this price in Navy.
Is It Worth It?: If you missed this deal on Black Friday, it's back and now $25 cheaper. The Nikon D7000 is an "excellent dSLR for experienced shooters or Nikon professionals looking for a relatively cheap option," says CNET. At $525, it's a current low by $35 and the best price we've seen for this SLR all year. (Note that only the camera body is included.) Features include a 3" LCD, 1080p video recording, two SDXC memory card slots, and HDMI.
Is It Worth It?: If you're a shutterbug with a solid camera but are looking for additional lenses, this is one of the few stand-alone lens deals we've seen this Black Friday season. It features a manual focus override and 1.2-foot minimum focus distance.
Is It Worth It?: Unlike your fragile smartphone, the Nikon Coolpix AW120 was made for the elements. With its rugged exterior, Digital Trends says it's ideal for anyone "looking for an easy-to-use tough camera that will accompany them into the pool or ocean." It's waterproof down to 59 feet, shockproof up to 7 feet, and freeze-proof down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit. The camera features a 3" LCD, 5x optical zoom, 1080p video capture, WiFi, GPS, and USB connectivity. A 90-day Nikon warranty applies.