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Camera armor protects point and shoots

Camera Armor, a maker of protective silicone skins for dSLRs, has announced its first line of protective skins for point and shoot cameras.

Camera Armor, a maker of protective silicone skins for dSLRs, has announced its first line of protective skins for point-and-shoot cameras.

Camera Armor's silicone protective skins are custom fit for each camera model and provide shock-absorbing protection. The compact skins allow complete access to controls and buttons, including battery and memory card access, as well as a polycarbonate LCD protective shield.

They are clear to allow the original color of the camera to show through, and have a special grip texture to prevent accidental drops. The Compact Camera Armor skins are initially available for the Canon SD1100 and Sony W-120. They retail for $14.95.