If you've ever felt left out taking other people's photos, this camera will make you feel less alone. The Canon PowerShot N100 (Canon calls it a 'Story Camera') has a rear-facing 25mm camera which can take a photo or video of the photographer at the same moment said photographer takes a photo with the front-facing camera. The selfie is then superimposed on a corner of the photo or video which was taken.
Besides its self-referential nature, the N100 comes with decent specs; it has the same 12MP 1/1.7" CMOS sensor with Digic 6 image processor from the PowerShot S120. The camera has a 24-120mm (in 35mm equivalent, 5x optical zoom) f/1.8-5.7 lens, a 3" tilting touchscreen, built-in Wi-Fi and 330 shots battery life.
Local pricing and availability have yet to be announced, but Canon USA says it's expected in May for US$349.99.
Wait till James Franco gets a load of this.