Ever since the release of the ELPH, Canon has been at the forefront of compact camera design. So when Sony released its fantastic RX100, you just knew Canon would have a response. Well, it's here, and it's called the Canon Powershot G7 X Camera. Like the aforementioned Sony, this pint-sized powerhouse features a 20 megapixel, 1-inch sensor, as well as a 24-100mm, f1.8/2.8 lens, a built-in ND filter, 1080/60p video recording, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, the DIGIC 6 image processor, a tilting, 3-inch touchscreen, high-speed AF, intelligent image stabilization, and an impossibly small body that's four inches wide, just over an inch and a half deep and under two and a half inches tall, or far smaller than you'd expect for the images it puts out.
Unless you have an unlimited amount of cabinet space, odds are your cookware spends quite a bit of time out where guests can see it. Make sure it looks as good as possible with Iittala Tools Cookware. Designed by Björn Dahlström, this versatile, stylish set of pots and pans is suitable for induction, gas, electric, and ceramic ranges, can go straight from the oven to the table, and is made from sturdy stainless steel to ensure that it lasts for many, many meals.
It might be tough to remember when watching the shiny CGI battles of a modern Marvel movie, but the influential comic book maker has been cranking out heroes for more than three quarters of a century. 75 Years of Marvel: From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen celebrates this rich history with an inside look at both the fictional characters and the real-life characters that created them. Penned by former Marvel editor and comic historian Roy Thomas, it features over 700 pages, nearly 2,000 images of vintage comics, original art, behind-the-scenes photos, and rare collectibles, and biographies of more than 300 artists, writers, actors, and fans. It's pretty much the only acceptable way to leave comic books out on your coffee table.