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This digital not-quite-SLR packs a whopping 10.3 megapixels, has a 35mm-equivalence ZEISS zoom (24mm-120mm) lens. And what's the sticker price on this beauty? Just $1,000. Integrated live previews while shooting make it less likely that you will miss the moment (or whine about slow refresh rates). And the 2-inch LCD screen is foldable, which means this SLR can boldly reach angles where no SLR has gone before. Shutter lag is .0075 seconds—darn impressive. At least until you add it up over the course of a lifetime a realize that you lose like a whole minute of your existence to shutter lag time. Damn you, Sony!

Product Page [Sony]
SONY CyberShot R1 Digital Camera Introduction [Lets Go Digital]
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 [Digital Photography Blog]