For photographers who just can't get enough zoom, there's the Panasonic Lumix FZ70, which packs a stratospheric 60x lens in a highly portable, all-in-one camera body. The FZ70's zoom is equivalent to a 20-1200mm lens, which will let you capture everything from the wide expanse of the Grand Canyon to distant craters on the moon. With a maximum aperture of f/2.8 (when zoomed all the way out), the FZ70's lens — combined with the camera's new, 16.1-MP, 1/2.3-inch "High Sensitivity" CMOS image sensor and Venus Engine processor — will help capture sharper images in low light.
The FZ70's Power O.I.S. (optical image stabilizer) helps compensate for unsteady hands to prevent image blur. The camera can also shoot 1080p HD video at 60i with continuous autofocus. Your footage will sound as good as it looks, thanks to a built-in stereo microphone with Dolby-quality sound that blocks the wind and other ambient noise.