Digital SLRs are generally built to take hard knocks, but shooting while you're rock climbing or biking, or carrying multiple bodies that can bang against each other, can cause cosmetic damage, or worse. These clever, snug-fitting jackets protect your camera against such injury while providing full access to its controls and buttons, with openings as well for its viewfinder, LCD screen, and accessory ports. Unlike conventional rubber, the elastomeric silicone rubber used in Camera Armor is stable in heat up to 420 degrees Fahrenheit; it also protects your hands from cold metal, provides a secure grip, and doesn't trap condensation. Different versions are available for Canon's EOS Digital Rebel XTi, EOS 20D, EOS 30D, EOS 5D and EOS-1D series; Nikon's D40/D40X, D70/D70s, D80, D200, and D2X/D2Xs; and Sony's Alpha A100. Each kit includes a transparent LCD shield, a flexible protective lens hood, and a lens cap lanyard. They're all available in black or "smoke." From $50 to $80.