THE BEST Digital Cameras

Sony Alpha 1 Camera

Sony Alpha 1 Camera

Sony’s flagship mirrorless camera has a 50.1 mp full-frame sensor and can capture up to 30 fully-focused stills per second. It shoots 8K video at 30 fps and has five-axis, in-body image stabilization. Its ISO range is 100-32,000 for videos and 50-102,400 for stills, and its 240 fps OLED viewfinder won’t black out during rapid shots.

Rotor Digital Camera

Rotor Digital Camera

It’s just a prototype but designer Charlie Nghiem is offering an interesting solution for our fumbling fingers with the Rotor Digital Camera. It features a stacked cylinder of settings as the user interface.

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Tilt-Shift Camera

Tilt-Shift Camera

Many digi-cams let you simulate tilt-shift images, but the real deal looks much better. Now you can snap true tilt-shift images with this lo-fi (5mp) pocket camera with a built in tilt-shift lens.

Eyez HD Glasses

Eyez HD Glasses

ZionEyez’s spectacles contain a tiny 720p HD camera, can record to 8GB of built-in memory or wirelessly send video live to the web via your smartphone. They even take prescription lenses.

Replay XD1080 Action Cam

Replay XD1080 Action Cam

The latest incarnation of Replay’s tiny, durable XD action camcorder shoots 1080p full HD footage at 30fps, wind-resistant audio and offers a ton of mounting options. Video demo footage here.

Hasselblad H4D-200MS

Hasselblad H4D-200MS

By combining six slightly shifted 50 megapixel images, Hasselblad’s pro-grade digital camera can capture images at an astounding 200 megapixels. Demo an example multi-shot image here.

Mini Leica Digital Camera

Mini Leica Digital Camera

This classic Mini Digital Camera from Minox, fashioned after a Leica M3 that James Bond used, packs a punch with 5.1 megapixels, a rechargeable battery and an SDHC memory card slot.

Wanderlust Pinwide

Wanderlust Pinwide

This cool wide-angle pinhole cap works with Micro 4/3rds digital cameras, letting you take incredibly expressive photos you never imagined you could capture with a digi-cam. (Thanks, Justin!)

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