What do you get when you combine cocktails, great lighting, the Beastie Boys and some 5000 fps Phantom slo-mo camera shots? Something pretty special, in our humble opinion. (Thanks Ty!)
A micro 4/3 cam with interchangeable lenses, 16MP stills, 1080p video and 20fps (4MP) continuous shooting. Up to ISO 12800 for great night images. An accelerometer even ensures level shots.
Offers 2x faster image processing, captures wide angles up to 170-degrees in 720p or full 1080p HD. Shoots 120fps slow-mo 800×480 footage, 11mp stills and time-lapse. Wi-Fi option, too.
Nikon enters the rugged camera biz with this sturdy 16mp/1080p GPS digicam, waterproof to 33 feet, impact resistant to 5 foot drops and freeze-proof to 14°F. Available in orange, black or blue.
Can’t stand bloated digital zoom specs? Olympus’ compact camera is all lens. With an outstanding 36x optical zoom (24-864mm equivalent), it lets you get up close from any distance.
The quality – and price – of Leica products say a lot about the craftsmanship behind them, but if you’ve ever needed proof, here’s a brief tour of the manufacturing and assembly of Leica lenses.
The Niko Camera Bag from Chrome allows quick access on the go; the quick release buckle enables easy removal and messenger shoulder strap allows for swing-around access to your camera and gear.
While the idea of using real Canon or Nikon SLR lenses on an iPhone seems a bit ludicrous, this adapter lets you give it a try anyhow. Surprisingly, the images produced look pretty decent.
Pixbags are padded SLR camera bags made by Chocmuf. What they lack in protection, they make up for in style. There are dozens of designs and supported camera models.
The latest interchangeable-lens, micro-four-thirds cam shoots 12mp stills, 1080p/60i HD video, zippy shutter and auto-focus speed, all wrapped in an metal body with a sharp OLED touchscreen.
Measuring just 3.9″ x 2.3″ x 1.2â€, the tiny Pentax Q is small enough to fit on your keychain, but offers interchangeable lenses, a 12.4MP 1/2.3 backlit CMOS image sensor and DSLR-like manual modes.
Lomography’s limited-edition La Sardina collection is inspired by the humble sardine can. Each 35mm camera has a 22mm wide-angle lens, a multiple-exposure switch and a rewind knob for effects.
Park Sangyong’s concept camera works in an unusual way to be sure. Throw the Camerang into the air and as it spins, its automatically adjusting lens captures aerial self-portraits.
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