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You might not mind the bleachers with Sony’s new DEV-50V binoculars. They sport a much sleeker design, are 30 percent lighter than the DEV-5 predecessor and can record and play HD video in stereoscopic 3D. Out 6/13 for $2K.
A pocket-sized camera that uses SD cards and micro-four thirds lenses, the Pocket Cinema Camera produces digital film quality video with its Super 16 sensor, 13 stops of dynamic range and lossless 1080p recording.
A handy peripheral for photographers, it has 32 LEDs that provide smooth and constant light for up to an hour in between charging. It can be mounted on cameras and on smartphones. You can also add optional colored filters.
A revolutionary piece of high-tech filmmaking equipment, the M10 weighs just 3.5lbs. and helps capture smooth shots that heretofore required a skilled Steadicam operator and/or complex rigs. Watch the MÅVI demo film here.
Camera lens mugs are nothing new, but this one from Claybox has a cool trick up its sleeve. The mug extends or retracts like a real lens when you rotate its zoom ring. If you’re more of a Nikon fan, get this mug instead.
Canon claims that the Rebel SL1 is the world’s smallest and lightest DSLR camera. For instance, it’s 25% smaller and lighter than the Rebel T4i, but both have an 18MP sensor and the DIGIC 5 image processor.
Affordable gifts that are still worthy of the moneyed Leica fan. These limited-edition coffee mugs sell for $35 and are based on Leica’s Noctilux-M 50 and Summarit-S 70 lenses. Call Leica USA to order.