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.

  • Red Epic-M Monochrome Camera

    If it's good enough for David "Fight Club" Fincher, it's good enough for us. The Red Epic-M Monochrome Camera ($42,000) features a newly-developed 5K monochrome sensor that offers improved net resolution thanks to the removal of the debayer process, a new low-pass filter, a native ISO of 2,000, and a guaranteed free upgrade to a Dragon Monochrome Sensor next year. Fincher's already shooting his next project with it; you'll have to wait until October to get your hands on one.

  • Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera

    Having trouble deciding between analog and digital photography? Get the best of both worlds with the Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera ($160). Sporting a 10 megapixel sensor, 3-inch LCD, and SD storage, it's a capable compact camera, but thanks to the built-in ZINK printer, it's much more — on-board editing tools let you crop images and add effects before printing them out in full color, giving you both a digital file and a 2x3, smudge-proof, water-resistant print with a sticky back for good measure. Arriving in August.

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