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Pansonic Lumix DMC-FZ150

For something in between a point-and-shoot and a digital SLR, the FZ150's well-rounded feature set makes it an ideal multitasker.

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Canon PowerShot Elph 300 HS

The 300 HS produces far better photos and movie clips than a smartphone's camera, but it's still small enough to take everywhere. It's perfect for snapshooters who want to stay in auto.

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Sony Handycam HDR-PJ10

A family-friendly version of the less expensive CX130, the PJ10's built-in projector means that you can conveniently share your video memories with anyone, anywhere.

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Canon Vixia HF M400

Recording video clips on a phone or camera is fine, but if you know someone who wants to document the entire kids' school play or soccer game, you need a real camcorder. The HF M400 is a bit expensive, but it delivers the excellent video quality that your friends and family want to commemorate the important events in their lives.

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