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Leica Sofort Instant Camera

It's okay to do a double-take. "Leica" and "instant camera" aren't words you see used together very often. Or at least they weren't. The Leica Sofort Instant Camera is the company's first take on instant photography, combining the convenience of built-in prints with the brand's signature tank-like build quality. It uses Fujifilm's popular, readily-available Instax Mini film, and while you can take manual control of the focus, flash, and EV, it has a bunch of built-in modes like macro, bulb, people, sports, and selfie that make for foolproof shooting. Available in mint, orange, or white.

  • Fujifilm X-A3 Camera

    With a 180-degree, flip-up touchscreen, the marketing for the Fujifilm X-A3 Camera will sell it as a "selfie camera." Don't let that fool you. It has a 24.2 megapixel APS-C sensor with a maximum ISO of 25,600, a 49-point AF system, and interchangeable lenses. All things you'd find on supposedly more "serious" cameras. But unlike those, it has a retro-styled body that won't make you look like paparazzi when you bust it out in public, and a small size that makes ideal for situations when a bulky camera is more hassle than it's worth. Arrives with a Macro-capable 16-50mm lens and comes in silver, brown, or pink.

  • DJI Osmo Plus Camera

    Give your videos a professional look your smartphone just can't provide with the DJI Osmo Plus Camera. This handheld gimbal provides powerful stabilization, making "shaky cam" a thing of the past, even when taking advantage of its 3.5x optical zoom camera. It also has a simple motion timelapse mode, shoots 4K video and 12 megapixel RAW stills, and uses your phone as a screen, letting it weigh under half a pound and making it easy to pack around.