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Oregon Scientific All-Terrain Video Camera

Go where the Flips, PowerShots, and DSLRs of the world wouldn't dare with the Oregon Scientific All-Terrain Video Camera ($300). This rugged HD cam records in 1080p in all kinds of conditions, thanks to a shock-resistant, waterproof (to 65 feet) body, and features a "G-sensor" to measure the force of gravity during acceleration, deceleration and hang time, a variety of mounting options for helmet, handlebar, surfboard, and snowboard attachment, a built-in LCD for quick playback, HDMI output for TV playback, 5 megapixel still capture, Micro SD card storage, an integrated laser pointer for camera alignment, and an included remote control — you know, just in case you want to rewind in the middle of the half-pipe.

  • Panasonic Lumix GH2

    Micro Four Thirds meets professional horsepower in the Panasonic Lumix GH2 ($900-$1500). Infected by the 3D craze, the GH2 offers compatibility with the company's new LUMIX G 12.5mm f/12 lens, a 16 megapixel sensor, a three-inch touchscreen with tap-to-focus capabilities, full 1080p video recording, the ability to shoot 14 megapixel stills while recording video, the new Venus Engine image processor, 5 fps shooting, and SD storage. Sure, the 3D lens is a gimmick, but there's nothing gimmicky about an interchangeable lens camera that fits in your cargo pocket or iPad bag.

  • Leica M9 Titanium

    Designed in collaboration with Volkswagen Group's Walter de'Silva, the Leica M9 Titanium ($TBA) is an exclusive special edition of an already exclusive camera. All the visible metal elements of the camera body are made from hard-coated solid titanium, which is complemented by leather trim taken right out of an Audi interior. Other features include an 18 megapixel sensor, compatibility with Leica's M-series lenses, an included Leica SUMMILUX-M 35mm f/1.4 lens, and the joy/guilt that comes from being one of only 500 owners in the world.