This slim-ish camera is a 10Mpixel point and shoot, a weather proof design, and an ISO light sensitivity of 6400, which is great news for all of you who don't like the overblown lighting you get with flash photography. With a 3x telescoping lens, a 2.5-inch LCD, an f2.8 lens, digital image stabilization, the cam goes for about $400 when it hits in September. Jump for information and photos of the 1000's siblings.
This is the one I'd get. Slim, 7Mpixels, 5x optical zoom, with both mechanical and digital image stabilization. It also has the same weather proof design as the 1000, and the same price. You only get an ISO of 2500, which is very respectable for a slim cam, but that's nowhere near big brother's nightvision.
Pretty! This little gem of a camera probably employs the same prism-based, periscope like internal lens system as the Minolta Dimage cams. Less than an inch thick, with 7Mpixels, a 3-inch screen, 3x zoom, all for $400.
All cameras use the craptastic xD memory card format, and can shoot 640 by 480 video, with sound, at 30 frames per second.