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Nikon Coolpix P510

Whether you're trying to shoot your kid's soccer game from the sidelines or snapping off shots of distant wildlife, the P510's 42x zoom lens comes in very handy.
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Canon PowerShot SX260 HS

The SX260 HS is the perfect companion for dads that want more zoom range, but in a body that can easily slip in a jacket pocket.
$382.39 at Amazon
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Sony Alpha NEX-5N

This is a good choice for the dad who shoots both video and stills. It can be small enough to slip in to a jacket pocket but flexible enough to equip with a big lens when he's got to shoot from the nosebleed seats.
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Nikon D7000

If you've know a dad who not only religiously records all the winning goals, saxophone solos or chess triumphs, but loves photography, this camera is up to the challenge of capturing anything the kids come up with next, no matter how fast or slowly it moves. And he'll enjoy shooting all the more.
$1,199.00 at Amazon
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The WX9 offers fast shooting performance and good low-light photo quality for dads looking to catch good indoor shots. Plenty of gadgety shooting options to play with, too, -- all at a budget-friendly price.
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