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Camera Picks for Summer 2011

It’s not officially summer yet but it’s always better to come prepared and taking pictures of the places you go during the summer will never go out of date.

If you’re looking for the perfect camera that will capture the moments you want lasting forever, then look no further than the top three picks that Techno Buffalo picked.

1. Olympus TOUGH TG-310 – $199.99Olympus TOUGH
This camera is great for those families who frequent the beach for vacation during the summer. It’s encased in a waterproof and, yes, tough design. The design allows the camera to be used by people of any age without worrying about breaking it. Capable of HD video, it comes in many colors (blue, red, orange, silver, and white).


  • Waterproof so you’ll be able to take pictures as deep as 10 feet underwater
  • Shockproof to protect from drops up to 5 feet
  • Freezeproof down to 14°F/-10°C (You’ll also be able to make use of this camera after summer during your winter vacations!)
  • 14 MP
  • 3.6x optical zoom
  • 2.7 inch LCD screen
  • Dual Image Stabilization
  • 3D Photos
  • 2. Toshiba CAMILEO BW10 Sportscam – $139.99
    Toshiba CAMILEOFor those who are more into home movies than photos, this will be the perfect camera to take with you when you’re on vacation, whether it be down the beach or on the ski slopes. This multipurpose camcorder, which is waterproof up to two meters, comes with video stabilization and 10x digital zoom.

    Be prepared for your adventures with the CAMILEO BW10 Sportscam. Because as Toshiba says, “Weatherproof your digital experience. Designed with active lifestyles in mind, the new Toshiba CAMILEO BW10 is ready for whatever life throws at you.”


    • 2 in LCD screen
    • 10x digital zoom
    • 64GB memory for more than seven hours of video—in HD!
    • Waterproof up to 2 meters
    • HDMI and USB 2.0
    • 3. Canon Rebel T3i – $900Canon Rebel
      At $900, this camera is more geared towards the serious and adventurous photographers out there. As what Canon calls “the REBEL on the move,” it’s great for those who want stunning photos. The T3i is great because it’s compact but doesn’t sacrifice the quality of a bigger camera.


      • 18 megapixels
      • Improved EOS Full HD Movie mode with manual exposure control, expanded control with new Movie Digital zoom and Video Snapshot features for enhanced movie shooting options
      • Vari-angle 3.0 inch Clear View LCD Monitor for shooting at high or low angles
      • Compatible with SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards
      • Compatible with the full line of Canon EF and EF-S Lenses
      • Whichever of these cameras you choose, you will definitely be able to capture those precious moments with crisp and clear pictures.

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