What? Almost a grand for a 6-megapixel, electronic-viewfinder model? That's expensive, considering the crowd of competitively priced 10-14MP DSLRs. Sure, the Casio packs an image-stabilized, 12X, f/2.7-4.6 zoom lens, and such goodies as the ability to shoot high-definition movies at 1920x1080-pixels per frame with stereo sound. It also includes an HDMI jack (cable optional), a hot-shoe for mounting an external flash or video light, and a jack for an accessory microphone. But at this point, we're starting to expect that kind of stuff.