Conclusion: The GPS-equipped Canon PowerShot D20 is a well-built but large rugged camera with a sharp lens. It produces good-looking images at every supported ISO, but isn't the fastest tough camera that we've tested.
Pros: Sharp lens. Good high ISO performance. Integrated GPS.
Cons: Large, even for a rugged camera. So-so speeds. 1080p video limited to 24fps.
Conclusion: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-S3 is a capable compact camera with a high-quality LCD, rechargeable battery, and a wide-angle 4x zoom lens. It doesn't produce the sharpest images in its class, but, overall, it leads the pack in the under-$150 cameras we've tested.
Conclusion: There are some things I haven't gotten into with this machine that you might be interested in. First is battery life. Apple advertises a battery life of about 4.5 hours, and that, from my testing, seems to be accurate.
Excerpt: I have been devoted to the Intel and AMD driven field of computers since 1993, right up until I sold my Toshiba P3 850Mhz laptop a month ago. Searching for a new laptop that greatly exceeded my previous machine was a highly daunting task, but nevertheless exciting.