The HMX-H106, HMX-H105, and HMX-H104 feature 64GB, 32GB, and 16GB SSDs, respectively. (A fourth model, the HMX-H100, gets the features of the other models, but relies on SDHC cards for storage. The SSD models have SDHC slots for memory card storage, too.)
The benefits of an SSD are low heat emission, faster start-up times, no moving parts, and in turn, better battery life. At least in comparison with a typical hard-disk drive model. The larger sizes are nice as well--especially for HD--but the 3 hours of recording time possible with 16GB of storage is plenty.
As for their other specifications, the H-series models seem well equipped with a 10x optical zoom, 2.2-megapixel sensor, 1/4.5-inch CMOS, 2.7-inch touch-screen LCD, and Samsung's new optical image stabilizer.
It's a CMOS-based, full-HD compact model capable of snapping off 9-megapixel still photos that stores both video and photos to SD/SDHC cards. This could be a solid choice for capturing both video and photos that are equally as good and that's comfortable to use for both.
And I say that because I've never found a camcorder that's comfortable for taking photos or a still camera that's comfortable for capturing more than a few minutes of video at a time. However, the R10 has a 5x zoom lens that's angled at 25 degrees so you can grip the camera more naturally in front of you for both photos and video--or at least that's what I'm hoping for.
Samsung continues its line of soda-can-shaped, standard-definition camcorders with the SMX-F34. It's based around the company's 2008 flash-based model--the SC-MX20--but adds the capability to capture 800x600-pixel resolution photos to its 16GB of internal memory or SD/SDHC cards.
The F34 records video in H.264 format up to a resolution of 720x480 and out front is a 34x zoom lens. If you like to share your videos online, the F34 is designed to do so with minimal effort on your part. The SMX-F34 will be available in four colors: Midnight Black, Sunset Red, Galaxy Silver, and Deep Ocean Blue. They also feature Samsung's swivel hand-grip for comfortably shooting at low angles (and something I've always liked on its camcorders).