If you need more than just a strap to carry your camera gear around, consider the Incase DSLR Pro Pack ($150). This top-of-the-line pack offers compartments for an iPad and a 15" MacBook Pro, straps to attach a collapsible tripod, heavily-padded shoulder straps, a compartment for your iPhone — or your point-and-shoot companion — and a mesh back panel so you don't get too sweaty.
Retro design, compact size, and DSLR-worthy sensor technology come together in the Pentax K-01 Camera ($900). Designed by Marc Newson, this compact camera features a mirrorless design, a large 16 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 1080p video capture, a 6 fps burst mode, in-camera HDR, ISO to 25,600, a 3-inch LCD monitor, and compatibility with over 25 million Pentax K-mount lenses. Available in black, white, or the stand-out-in-the-crowd favorite yellow.
Our hearts hurt a little when we heard that Luma Labs was going to cease production of its Luma Loop. But now we're kinda glad they did. The result of going completely back to the drawing board, the Cinch Camera Strap ($70) is an all-new strap that uses one of your camera's built-in brackets as well as the tripod socket to keep your camera close and snug to your body, while the unique friction-based pull-tab adjuster lets you quickly and easily tighten or loosen the fit for, you know, taking photos. It's made by photographers for photographers, which is more than you can say for the strap that arrived in the same box as your camera. [Scouted by Michael]
Tackle nearly any photographic challenge with the Nikon Coolpix P510 Camera ($430). Thanks to its versatile 24-1000 mm equivalent Nikkor lens, the P510 can handle wide-angle shots, telephoto shots (42x !), and basically anything in between, helped along by a backlit, 16.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, built-in GPS, optical vibration reduction, 1080p video recording, HDMI output, and articulated 3-inch LCD. Or you could just carry a DLSR and an entire barrage of pricey lenses — the choice is yours.
Ruggedness and svelte design tend to be mutually exclusive features — but not in the Sony Cyber-Shot TX200V Waterproof Camera ($500). Measuring just 16mm deep, the TX200V is waterproof to five meters, dustproof, and freeze-proof, and doesn't skimp of the features, either, which include an 18.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, 1080/60p video recording, a 3-inch LCD touchscreen, a 5x optical zoom lens, high-speed autofocus, the ability to shoot at full resolution at up to 10 fps, face detection technology, a built-in GPS and Compass, and optical image stabilization. Arriving in March.