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Wolf Camera
(678) 344-1223
Presidential Marketplace 1905 Scenic Hwy. Suite 710-720
Snellville, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(770) 939-7548
The Shops at LaVista Road 4153 Lavista Road
Tucker, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(770) 304-9292
Newnan Crossing 51 Newnan Crossing Bypass
Newnan, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(770) 565-8677
Highlands Plaza 3605 Sandy Plains Road Sp #20
Marietta, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(770) 434-9940
The Vinings 2460 Cumberland Parkway SW
Atlanta, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(770) 785-7291
Conyers/Rockdale Square 1910 Hwy. 20 South Suite 90
Conyers, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(770) 495-8788
3525 Gwinnett Place Drive
Duluth, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(404) 233-3542
1258 West Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(678) 344-1223
Presidential Marketplace 1905 Scenic Hwy. Suite 710-720
Snellville, GA
 
Wolf Camera
(770) 495-8788
3525 Gwinnett Place Drive
Duluth, GA
 

Pocket Cameras

Pocket Cameras

When portability is essential, nothing beats these ultracompact models



There are two types of photographs: the kind we set out with the intention to make and the kind that happen when we’re doing other things. For the latter, if you’re like me, you don’t want the burden of an SLR at dinner parties or out on the town with friends. These cameras will slip discreetly into a pocket, ideal for capturing memories when you want to be part of the action.

While you shouldn’t expect the same performance and control you’ll get from an SLR, each of the models we’ve selected here offer something unique—a cool trick or two—that makes them noteworthy. All will take excellent photos under most conditions for everyday photography. And in addition to still photos, many do HD video recording, too.


1. Canon PowerShot SD970 IS
Shoot image-stabilized, 12.1-mega-pixel stills or 720 HD video with this slick PowerShot. Mini-HDMI output lets you display your video and photos directly on your HDTV. For photos of people, Face Detection Technology tracks faces even as they move and can alert you if your subject blinks during the exposure. List Price: $379.


2. Casio EX-FC100
The 9.1-megapixel Casio EX-FC100 can capture still photos at an amazing 30 frames per second and high-speed video at up to 1,000 frames per second. It also can record 720 HD video and offers a Best Shot mode to automatically select optimal settings for the subject. List Price: $329.


3. Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1
Capture your subjects in “3D” with the first camera to offer Fujifilm’s REAL 3D system. The camera captures two shots of the same image from different perspectives and merges them into a single 10-megapixel image. Two lenses and two CCDs make the magic possible. Fujifilm is also introducing a 3D digital viewer and 3D printing service to complement this new technology. List Price: TBA.


4. Leica C-Lux 3
Sleek and stylish, the 10.1-megapixel Leica C-Lux 3 is extremely compact, with a 5x zoom lens and image stabilization. The lens starts at a wide 25mm (35mm-equivalent) perspective and zooms to a moderate telephoto of 125mm. One of our favorite features of this camera is the ergonomics: When you’re holding the camera, your thumb rests comfortably over the controls on the right—focusing your attention on the bright 2.5-inch LCD. List Price: $549.


5. Nikon COOLPIX S1000pj
Want to share your photos on the nearest wall? Nikon’s 12.1-megapixel COOLPIX S1000pj has a VGA projector built in, allowing you to show off your shots from up to 6.5 feet away. The five-way Vibration Reduction has a variety of tactics to ensure your shots are sharp, and Face-Priority AF will keep up to 12 faces in focus. List Price: $429.


6. Olympus FE-5020
Photographers who like wide-a...

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