OK, maybe this is your new crash cam

The Canon PowerShot TX1, announced pre-PMA in that weird way that they do. From the press release:

The versatile PowerShot TX1 digital camera helps users to shoot home movies that can look like the next Hollywood blockbuster while recording CD quality Stereo Sound, in 44 KHz. In fact, consumers can take full advantage of the 10x optical zoom lens and image stabilization while shooting movies, which is a rare feature in most digital cameras. In addition to recording widescreen 720p HD movies at a rate of 30 fps for stunning High Definition clarity, the TX1 digital camera shoots high-quality VGA (640 x 480 pixels) movies at 30 fps (in a traditional 4:3 aspect ratio) and has the option of shooting at 30 fps or 60 fps in the QVGA 320 x 240-pixel setting (also in 4:3 format).
I love the 16:9 30p movies my Panasonic LX1 shoots, but I use them for previs and videomatics only. With this, maybe (big maybe) you could do a little more. I just wish I could somehow convince camera manufacturers to make a 24 (or even 25) p mode on these things!