Digital point-and-shoot has never been so cool. Leica's new D-Lux camera is anodized aluminum, weighs only seven ounces, and slips into its own chic leather case. The 3.2-megapixel camera comes with two batteries (each lasts only an hour and a half), a 64 MB memory card, and a charger that switches to European current. The $900 D-Lux also has a three-year warranty, allowing returns for one year for any reason—though we can't think of one. 800-222-0118; www.leica-camera.com/usa.