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Polaroid Snap Instant Camera

The Polaroids of old were popular not because they were great photographic tools, but because they were fun. The Polaroid Snap Instant Camera offers a similar feeling of casual spontaneity, updated for modern times. Each time you snap a photo, you can use the integrated ZINK printer to spit out a 2" x 3" print that you can share IRL, instantly. Of course, being a digital camera, it also stores the 10 megapixel shots on a Micro SD card, and gives you several different shooting modes, including color, black and white, a vintage Polaroid filtered, and "photo booth", which snaps six quick images in ten seconds.

  • Leica S Type 007 Camera

    Medium format quality meets 35mm-like versatility in the Leica S Type 007 Camera. Its 30x45mm Leica Max CMOS sensor is 50 percent larger than a typical full-frame 35mm-format sensor, delivering exceptionally detailed, low-noise 37.5 megapixel images, while still offering burst shooting of up to 3.5 frames per second and 4K video recording in Super 35 format. Other improvements over its predecessor include faster, more reliable autofocus, integrated GPS and Wi-Fi, a new transflective display on the top plate, and USB 3.0 for faster image transfers.

  • Graava Action Camera

    It doesn't shoot in 4K or super slow-mo, but unlike the footage you capture with most wearable cams, the video you shoot with the Graava Action Camera won't end up collecting dust on an external drive. That's because it uses a combination of sensors and intelligent software to detect the most exciting portions of your video, then automatically edits it down into something that's instantly shareable. It can even edit video shot with more than one camera, so you can get different angles in the same clip — all you need to do is drop it on the wireless charger stand and let it go to work.