Made for panoramic shots, the Horizon Perfekt uses a clockwork motor instead of batteries. When its shutter is pressed, a narrow vertical slit exposes the film as the lens moves from side to side.
Hearkening back to Polaroid’s roots, the GL30 merges digital camera with ZINK portable printer to provide instant 3″x4″ digital prints. Not a high-end camera, but it could be good for creative projects.
The Casio Exilim TRYX has a frame thatâ€™s connected to the main body only on the lens, allowing the user to shoot from uncommon angles and positions with an ultra wide angle 21mm lens.
Iain Sinclair’s Poco 3D, made of scratch resistant magnesium, is the world’s first credit card sized, full 1080p high definition video camera with 5 MP digital still and music recording/playing capability.
Spent a boatload on your dSLR? Then spend a few extra bucks to protect it from heat, scratches and dings with this silicon armor. Available for Canon, Nikon and select other cameras.
We’re intrigued by the small bit we’ve seen in this vid for the new V.I.O. point of view HD camera; the shockproof little machine shoots in 1080p at 50 fps, has 4 recording methods and a modular mount.
Centered in the artwork on ThinkGeek’s Electronic Spy Camera Shirt is James Bond holding a camera to his face, but hidden behind the soft cotton exterior is a fully-functioning, real spy camera.
Lomography’s Sprocket Rocket is a new analog camera which includes the holes of 35mm film in each exposure. 2 knobs wind film in both directions to allow the creation of multiple exposure imagery.
Serious about your photography? Then check out these camera rigs from Swedish Chameleon, which give you an insane amount of mounting and carrying flexibility, and look awesome too.
If you think your 1080p HD camcorder is nice, wait til you get a look at the future of camera technology from Canon, which will someday shoot film-like 4k resolution video at up to 60fps.
Panasonic’s latest micro 4/3 camera has the fastest autofocus among interchangeable lens models at just 1/10th of a second. It is also compatible with the world’s first 3D interchangeable lens.
Its body is made of titanium and leather, while its monitor has scratch-resistant, sapphire-crystal glass. It’s limited to 500 units only, each with a LEICA SUMMILUX-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH. lens.
The latest mid-level dSLR from Canon offers a sharp 18-megapixel CMOS sensor, and a hi-res 3-inch LCD. It shoots 1080p full HD video with manual exposure control, and has an HDMI output.
The latest entry-level dSLR from Nikon gets a 14.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and full 1080p HD video. A 18-55mm zoom lens with image stabilization rounds out the package.
Coming in early 2011, the Sony a560 camera comes with a 14.2 MP sensor and offers full 1080p HD movie shooting, 7 fps photo shooting mode, 15 point AF, and 3D Sweep Panorama mode.