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Camera Armor

We're among the first to protect our $200 smartphones with colorful, protective cases, so why not do the same for our $1,000+ cameras? Camera Armor ($40) is a rugged, lightweight silicone skin for your Canon or Nikon DSLR, precisely engineered to fit your camera like a glove, and sporting cutouts in all the right places to allow for full control of your camera while it's protected. Thankfully not available in any color other than black.

  • Casio Tryx Camera

    It's hard for other cameras to stand up to Casio's new Tryx camera. And not just because it actually stands up. The Casio Tryx ($250) has a super thin frame that rotates a full 360-degrees, transforming it into a tripod, hanger, or handle, while the 3-inch LCD touch screen rotates 270-degrees, letting you grab shots from any angle, position or situation. (Just keep in mind all privacy laws.) With Slide Panorama and the ultra-wide 21mm lens, everything will make it into your pic. It also shoots 1080p video, has a 12.1-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, and allows you to predetermine what pics you want to upload to your profile page.

  • Kodak Playfull Video Camera

    While most of us are more than happy to shoot vids with our smartphones, higher-quality standalone cams can still serve a purpose. In the case of the Kodak Playfull Video Camera ($150), that purpose is hassle-free video sharing. In addition to shooting 1080p video and five megapixel stills, the Playfull features a built-in USB arm and software to allow for automatic video uploading to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and the other usual suspects as soon as it's attached to a computer, along with four on-camera effects, digital image stabilization, HDMI output, face tracking technology, and an expandable SD/SDHC card slot to hold up to 32GB's worth of memories. That's a lot of uploading.