NIKON Coolpix L110 - Red

Featuring a 12-megapixel CCD sensor and a 15x Nikkor wide-angle zoom lens, the Coolpix L110 by Nikon is a highly efficient compact digital camera.

Thanks to its 3-inch screen with anti-glare coating, you'll be able to preview all your shots with ease. The five anti-blur modes are accompanied by 14 scene modes for great results, regardless of surrounding conditions. Meanwhile, the ISO 6400 feature on the L-110 captures fantastic pictures at all times, even in low lighting conditions. 

The 28 mm wide-angle capability on the L 110 broadens your field of view for incredible landscape and group photos, and the eVR stabilisation system lets you get up closer to the action.

When it comes to video recording, this Nikon camera puts HD at your fingertips. You'll be able to enjoy films directly on a TV through the HDMi socket.

At the crossroads between a compact and a digital SLR camera, the Coolpix L110 by Nikon is the solution to unbeatable quality images!

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Windows Mobile Phones with Android 2.1

It’s a beta version, which means there are some bugs, including two notable ones: the Bluetooth features are totally unpredictable, and the camera doesn’t work at all. For some other bugs, the XDA forum is talking about and fixing a lot of the problems people are having with their changes.

It’s probably not the optimal solution for improving your cell phone fortunes, but if you’re stuck with your phone for a while and can’t wait to get to Android, it’s a great solution.

Installing the ROM requires "rooting" your phone, which takes some know-how, but for those not faint of heart or worried about breaking their phone, or maybe those just that tired of Windows Mobile, it’s a great solution. There are detailed instructions, and a lot of helpful people, available on the XDA site.

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Sony Cybershot DSC-TX5

At just 3.75×2.25×0.72 inches and 4.5 ounces, the TX5 is certainly a lot svelter than most waterproof cameras. In fact, it looks pretty similar to the rest of Sony’s TX line of ultracompact cameras, such as the new DSC-TX7 announced at CES and its popular predecessor, the DSC-TX1. The difference, though, is that the TX5 is waterproof to 10 feet, freezeproof down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit, dustproof, and shockproof up to a 5-foot drop. Like the TX7, it’s a 10.2-megapixel shooter with a wide angle (25-100mm equivalent) 4x optical zoom lens. Although its 3-inch, 230,000-dot touchscreen doesn’t match the TX7’s gorgeous 3.5-inch, 921,000-dot touchscreen, it’s still nice and big for such a small camera. The TX5 also delivers 720p HD video recording (vs. the TX7’s 1080i AVCHD movie mode) and an HDMI output, which is a nice touch. The camera will be available in silver, black, pink, green, and red, and will ship in April for $350.

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