On paper these 3x zoom, 10MP cameras may look very much the same. But look a little closer, and differences in performance, features, and design make each one unique in one way or another. The Canon PowerShot SD900 Digital Elph has a Titanium skin, and an optical viewfinder, and stands upright when not in use. The Pentax Optio A20 has a sensor-based shake reduction system along with motion-sensing digital shake circuitry. The slick, black aluminum Samsung NV10 hides a pop-up flash behind its logo, and has a unique new slide and push button array for menu navigation. The Casio Exilim EX-Z1000 has tons (30+) of scene modes for helping optimize camera settings for shooting conditions, and the Olympus Stylus 1000 is weather-sealed enough to handle a downpour, although not a dunk in the pool.