The Gigashot A100F has a 100GB 1.8” HDD built into it to store all that 1920×1080 resolution MPEG-4 that you can record. It can even record in full HD at up to 60 frames per second and it records in MPEG-4, in the AVC/H.264 formats.
There is a 10x optical zoom so you can shoot your friend from a safe distance. The HDD will last up to 12 hours for full HD video or 23 hours for standard def.
There are a 3” LCD and a SDHC card slot. The battery will need recharging before the HDD will need emptied, as it only lasts 75 minutes. There is also a smaller sibling to this camera, the A40F which has a 40GB HDD. They will both be released in November in Japan, which means if they ever make it stateside, we will have to wait for them.