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Fujifilm X-E1 Camera

Smaller and lighter doesn't have to mean less powerful with fewer features. The Fujifilm X-E1 Camera ($1,000-$1,400) is a more pocketable version of the company's beloved X-Pro1, yet still sports the same 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor and X-Mount as its bigger sibling. Other features include a high-def OLED electronic viewfinder, a variety of creative Film Simulation Modes, 1080/24p video recording, and the EXR Processor Pro. Available in two-tone black and silver or solid black, and with or without a bundled lens — whichever you choose, it'll arrive with plenty of retro-licious style.

  • Diana Baby Camera

    Remember 110 film? You know, the kind that came in a plastic canister and always seemed to be used inside stretched out cameras? Well, it's back, and powers the far more traditionally-shaped Diana Baby Camera ($50). This diminutive camera comes equipped with a 24mm lens, slips easily into a pocket, and — as mentioned above — takes nearly-square 110 film, making it a sort of budget analogue Instagram cam.

  • Nikon Coolpix S800c Android Camera

    Why should your favorite photo apps be limited to the built-in shooter on your phone? That's apparently the question that was asked during development of the Nikon Coolpix S800c Android Camera ($350). While it's 10x optical zoom Nikkor lens, backside-illuminated, 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, and full HD 1080p movie capture are all impressive, it's the S800c's 3.5-inch, WVGA touchscreen and Android 2.3 that steal the show, giving you the ability to download new apps from Google Play to expand your creative horizons, Wi-Fi for direct-from-device sharing, and GPS for proper geotagging. And unlike Polaroid's prior Android effort, you'll actually be able to buy it.

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