If you’re into shutterbuggery, Hasselblad’s latest point & shoot is gonna give you wood. For real. Molded to the all aluminum Sony-made RX100 body, the Stellar features an Italian-designed grip that comes in your choice of 6 different types of wood: Padouk, Olive, Mahogany, Zebra, Walnut & Wenge. A solid grip for capturing a 20MB image with ultra-sharp Zeiss optics.
Someday your iPhone will probably shoot 3D video on it its own but for now, there’s Poppy. Slide your iPhone 4, 4S, iPhone 5 or fifth-generation iPod Touch into this little viewer & you’ll see all your photos & video in 3-D. There are no electronics inside, just a pair of lenses that create the effect.
You can’t shoot all your videos with a helmet-cam so when you’re done playing, Canon’s new 70D will help document the rest of your life. This camera replaces the outgoing 60D & for upgrades it got built-in Wi-Fi, Near Field Communication (NFC) sharing, a 3-inch LCD touchscreen and a bump up in megapixels. But the key upgrade for video is Canon’s all-new “Dual Pixel CMOS” focusing system. And yes, it also shoots photos.
Unlike most mini POV cameras, the Flytecam doesn’t need a special waterhousing or shockproof case to go from the turf to the surf and back. This thing is all-terrain. It features a rugged, rubberized body that is waterproof to 3 meters and shoots full HD 1080P video. A wide 120º lens & 60fps slow-mo mode brings the action up close.
For a little guy, the new Pentax Q7 is powerful, offering a 12.4 MP CMOS sensor in the world’s smallest & lightest interchangeable lens system. It also comes in a rainbow of custom colors.
To create the new Galaxy S4 Zoom, Samsung took an Android 4.2-powered smartphone and grafted it onto a 16-megapixel point & shoot with a 10X zoom. With this thing, you might be able to win Instagram without buying followers. Available late 2013.
It looks like a vintage knapsack but inside it’s got a padded, 31-liter, adjustable camera pod with 12 dividers for a custom DSLR or video camera set-up. There’s also a padded sleeve for an iPad or 11-inch MacBook Air, external pockets, and the design is backed with a lifetime guarantee. via
It feels good to have the right tool for the job. If the job in question happens to be shooting a time lapse HDR video, the Brinno TLC 200 Pro is the sledgehammer you were looking for. With a massive image sensor, the camera captures ultra-high dynamic range—115db, for crisp clear TL videos even in low-light conditions. There are also 97 other sweet features you may want to look into.
Hunters, birdwatchers and sly, voyeuristic beach creepers will all appreciate the recording capability of these digital binoculars from Sony. With a zoom range from .8X to 25X and Optical Steady Shot image stabilizers, they allow you to spot, autofocus, and record your favorite species in stereoscopic 3D HD.
This new Lumix LF1 features Leica optical technology, a sensitive 12.1 MP MOS sensor & it shoots HD video, too. But what sets it apart is the electronic viewfinder offering a 100% field of view that assures accurate framing and high visibility live-view even in bright sunlight. The LF1 also features a manual control ring for zoom, aperture, ISO, and shutter speed adjustments the old-fashioned way.