THE BEST Cameras

Instant Magny 35

Instant Magny 35

NINM Lab’s Instant Magny 35 turns SLR cameras and rangefinders into instant cameras. You simply replace the back of your camera with the Instant Magny’s back and you’re good to go. It uses Instax Square film and lets you take unlimited multiple exposures.

Hot Wheels Zoom In for GoPro

Hot Wheels Zoom In for GoPro

Hot Wheels‘ upcoming Zoom In is a toy track car that’s designed to carry a GoPro Session camera, so you can see and record a driver’s-eye view as the toy zips through your tracks. Best of all, the car will be available for just $1.09. More at Gizmodo.

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Sony RX100 VI

Sony RX100 VI

Sony’s pro-grade compact camera gets a huge bump in its lens system. The RX100 VI has an impressive 24–200 mm zoom range. It also sports improved optical image stabilization, improved auto focus, improved eye tracking and support for HDR video.

Wyze Cam Pan Security Camera

Wyze Cam Pan Security Camera

Wyze follows up its $20 entry level security camera with a more capable but still extremely affordable device. The Pan Cam takes 1080p video, has 2-way audio and can be panned, tilted and zoomed via its app. It can also pan and track objects automatically.

Skydio R1 Autonomous Camera Drone

Skydio R1 Autonomous Camera Drone

The Skydio R1 is equipped with 13 cameras that it uses to make a 3D map of its surroundings in real-time, allowing it to avoid obstacles while automatically following you. It can even follow cars. It has follow, side, orbit and lead flight modes.

Fujifilm X-T100

Fujifilm X-T100

The X-T100 is a new entry-level mirrorless camera from Fujifilm. It weighs less than 1 lb and has a classic look. It has a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for sharing images to mobile devices, and a three-way tilting touchscreen.

Wiral LITE Cable Cam

Wiral LITE Cable Cam

Cable-mounted cameras are one of the tricks of the video trade that were traditionally limited to only to professional crews. But this portable system lets anyone capture seemingly impossible shots with a GoPro or any camera under 3.3 lbs.

Rolleiflex Instant Kamera

Rolleiflex Instant Kamera

Rollei is bringing back the legendary twin lens camera as an instant camera. The Rolleiflex Instant Kamera uses Instax Mini film to print pictures on the go, while keeping most of the original’s advantages: 1:1 viewfinder, accurate focusing, depth-of-field effects and more.

Aurora Color Nightvision Camera

Aurora Color Nightvision Camera

Night vision cameras shoot muddy green images. Action cameras do terribly in the dark. SiOnyx claims its action camera can shoot night scenes in full color. While its 720p resolution is barely hi-def, its jumbo-sized CMOS sensor makes twilight and low-light shooting possible.

Eufy EverCam Security Camera

Eufy EverCam Security Camera

Eufy’s EverCam is a wireless security camera. It has Anker batteries that last for up to a year per charge. It has a 1080p 140º camera, motion and face recognition, night vision, a microphone, a speaker, and its base station has an SD card slot for local backups.

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K

It’s not actually pocket-sized, but Blackmagic Design’s new camera more than makes up for it with its features. It has a micro four thirds sensor, a hefty 5″ touchscreen, a USB-C port and a full-size HDMI port. It can shoot 4K at up to 60fps and 1080p at up to 120fps.

Olympus PEN E-PL9

Olympus PEN E-PL9

A retro-styled point-and-shoot camera packing modern tech. The PEN E-PL9 packs a mirrorless 16 mp sensor, a micro 4/3 lens mount, has 121-point autofocus with face and eye detection, and shoots 4K/30fps video. Its 3″ touchscreen flips forward for selfies and vlogging.

I’m Back Digital 35mm Camera Module

I’m Back Digital 35mm Camera Module

I’m Back is an attachment that lets you take digital photos and videos on 35mm film cameras. It’s based on the Raspberry Pi Zero and uses a 16mp sensor. It has a variety of back plates for most camera brands, including Nikon, Canon, Leica, Yashica, Pentax and Olympus.

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Xclear Action Camera Mount

Xclear Action Camera Mount

Xclear’s Nano-suction Mount is a small card that lets you stick action cameras – or any object with a similar size and weight – on any smooth surface, even if the surface is wet. It’s reusable, washable and doesn’t leave a residue.

Joby GorillaPod Rig

Joby GorillaPod Rig

Joby’s DSLR rig lets you grip it, stand it or wrap it around a post. The Gorillapod Rig comes with two cold shoe mounts and a GoPro mount, so you can carry or pair a total of 11lb of gear in one rig. Joby also has a similar rig for smartphones.

2018 GoPro Hero Camera

2018 GoPro Hero Camera

The new $200 Hero camera is an affordable way to get into the GoPro ecosystem. It has a 10mp sensor that can shoot at up to 1440p/60fps, a 2″ touch screen, voice control and is waterproof up to 33ft. It’s compatible with existing GoPro accessories and apps.

Sony a7 III Camera

Sony a7 III Camera

Sony’s “entry-level” professional mirrorless camera continues to punch well beyond its weight. The A7 III has a 24.2MP back-illuminated full-frame sensor, 5-axis image stabilization, 50-204800 ISO range and can shoot HDR-compatible 4K video.

Canon Speedlite 470EX-AI Flash

Canon Speedlite 470EX-AI Flash

Canon’s new Speedlite 470EX-AI camera flash has a fully automatic bounce function. Point it at your subject and its mechanism will automatically position and maintain the optimal angle for flash bounce. It also has a semi-automatic mode.

DJI Osmo Mobile 2

DJI Osmo Mobile 2

The latest version of DJI’s smartphone gimbal is a steal at just $129. Not only is it way cheaper than the original Osmo Mobile, it’s also lighter and can hold phones in portrait mode. It also has a new zoom slider and an automatic panorama mode.

Wyze Cam v2

Wyze Cam v2

Wyze Labs changed the security camera landscape with its dirt cheap Wi-Fi security camera, and they’re keeping price bar low with the WyzeCam v2. This version adds motion tagging and improved image sensor and audio amplifier.

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Driftwood Pinhole Cameras

Driftwood Pinhole Cameras

Each of these unique cameras is carved from a piece of driftwood found on the Baltic sea coast in Russia. The cameras capture soft and artful images on 120 film, when exposed via the pinhole opening on front, and have a built-in standard tripod mount.

The Life of a Camera

The Life of a Camera

(Flashing images) The Royal Ocean Film Society looks back at the life of a 1980’s Yamasheta 35mm film camera by flashing some of the photos that it’s taken, bookmarked with videos about major events, technology and politics across the decades.

DJI Ronin-S DSLR Gimbal

DJI Ronin-S DSLR Gimbal

DJI’s innovative Ronin-S is a three-axis gimbal for DSLR and mirrorless cameras in a compact and one-handed form. It won’t obstruct your camera’s display, has customizable tracking settings, can be detached from its handle and mounted on a jib and more.

Sidekick GoPro Cap Mount

Sidekick GoPro Cap Mount

Sidekick Mounts makes cap mounts for the GoPro Hero 4, 5 and 6 (and similar cameras) as well as the GoPro Session action cameras. The mounts simply clip on to the cap’s visor, and has slots that make the camera controls accessible. Sample footage here.

Hive View Security Camera

Hive View Security Camera

Hive’s View is a beautifully-designed rechargeable security camera. It can be mounted on its charging base, on its wall mount or used on its own. It shoots 1080p video and has a 130º lens, night vision, privacy mode, and motion, sound and person detection.

Shoot Portraits Not People

Shoot Portraits Not People

Photographer Jason Siegel worked with mixed media artist Keith D’Angelo to create a series of sculptures of guns and other munitions that are made mostly of cameras, lenses and other photography equipment. Check out the full gallery on Siegel’s website.

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