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Nikon D3x

Nikon D3x

If the 12.3-megapixel sensor in Nikon's groundbreaking D3 simply isn't enough for you, take a gander at the new Nikon D3x ($8,000; December 2008). This 24.5-megapixel full frame beast offers a host of professional-quality features, including dual CF card slots, 5 fps shooting, Nikon's fantastic 51-point AF sensor, Active D-Lighting, up to 6400 ISO, shutter lag of just 0.04 seconds, and more. Remember to grab some extra storage while you're at it — you'll need it for those 138MB 14-bit files.

  • Leica M8.2

    The Leica M8.2 ($6,213) is a small, but significant overhaul of the company's successful M8 rig. It features an ultra scratch-resistance sapphire crystal LCD display, redefined bright frames in the viewfinder, an easy to use snapshot mode for those who don't want to bother with all the manual settings and metal blade focal plane shutter that makes it sound more like a film camera. If a camera could get you chicks, this would be it, too bad you'll have to sell an organ and/or your first born to afford one.

  • Leica S2

    Bridging the gap between dSLRs and medium format cameras, the new Leica S2 ($TBA) packs a 30 x 45 mm, 37.5 megapixel sensor and compatibility with Leica's range of S-series lenses. Other features include a high-res 3-inch display, the exclusive MAESTRO image processor, a dual shutter system, a precise, quiet autofocus system, and more. It's an entirely new class of camera.