Restrap’s Sling uses magnets to secure the connectors with the strap itself, making it easy to transfer the strap between multiple cameras. It also has a magnetic lens cap holder and a pivot and quick release system to make it easy to bring the camera up to your face.
Waterproof, crushproof, shockproof, dustproof, and freezeproof, this action camera is ready to take on whatever you throw at it, shooting 4K video via a wide-angle F2.0 lens, with 5-axis image stabilization, and built in GPS, compass, altitude sensor, and accelerometers.
Zero Zero Robotics’ Hover Camera is a light, small and safe camera drone. Its propellers are housed in carbon fiber cages, it can shoot at 4K, and its app and follow-me controls make it easy to use. The catch? It only offers electronic image stabilization, and will cost around $600.
PRracer’s headband-mounted action camera for runners. It has a 12MP sensor and shoots videos at 1440p/30fps, 1080p/60fps, or 720p/100fps. It also has time-lapse and burst shooting modes. The headband also houses a 400 lumen flashlight and a retractable skullcap.
Sony ups its compact superzoom game with the new RX10 III. It has the same 1″ 20MP sensor as the Mk. II, but its lens now maxes out at an insane 600mm. It also has 4K video, Wi-Fi and NFC, optical image stabilization and up to 960fps slow mo. Still no touchscreen though.
Matt’s Macintosh dusted off a 20-year-old Apple QuickTake 200 digital camera to see if they could extract its images and upload them to Instagram. It wasn’t exactly straightforward, but in the end, they managed to figure out a way to do it. Check out the grainy result here.
This extravagant APS-C digital camera packs Leica quality in a rugged design that’s waterproof, dustproof and shockproof. The 16.2MP camera’s fixed f/1.7 23mm lens is also sealed, so the camera can be used under 50ft of water for up to 60min. Sample photos here.
Nikon jumps head first into the crowded action camera market with the compact KeyMission 360. It packs two sensors, allowing it to capture 360º video and stills in 4k resolution. It’s also waterproof, and resistant to dust, shock, and cold, and has electronic vibration reduction.
Designed to simplify shooting time-lapse videos, the Enlaps Tikee sends images over Wi-Fi or 3G, combines still photos into videos, and recharges via solar power. It can shoot every 10 minutes for a week on battery, and uses dual Sony sensors to create a 220º field of view.
It’s comically large, and its film is pricey, but it gives you 3.5″x 4.5″ photos (2.5″x 4″ exposure area), a capable auto mode, an unlimited exposure mode and a lens cap that doubles as a remote control. It also has optional color gels, an ultra wide-angle lens and close-up lens.