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Pulse Camera Remote

Your camera might have Wi-Fi control. It might not. It doesn't really matter, because there's no chance it can match the features of the Pulse Camera Remote. This Bluetooth-based remote sits atop your camera's hot shoe and connects to it via USB, giving you an unprecedented level of control. It can do all the normal things, like set the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, take photos, and record video, and give you a preview of the image. But it also enables super-precise control over long exposures without the need to sit next to the camera, and has advanced timelapse features that let you ramp the ISO and shutter speed over time to match the changing natural light. Compatible with nearly every modern Canon or Nikon DSLR, as well as the Panasonic GH4.

  • Hover Camera

    Forget complicated controllers and dangerous exposed blades — the Hover Camera makes aerial photography as simple as a point-and-shoot. An embedded AI running on a quad-core Snapdragon processor takes the guess work out of shooting — just turn it on, unfold the wings, and it will hover where you release it, following you automatically while snapping 13 megapixel stills and 4K video on command. It has electronic image stabilization for smooth footage, folds up to roughly the size of a book, so it's easy to pack with you, and is made from durable, lightweight carbon fiber that helps protect both the camera itself and those around it.

  • Leica M-D Camera

    Today's digital cameras offer tons of features. So many, in fact, that they can distract from what's most important: your photos. The Leica M-D Camera packs high-tech components in a no-nonsense throwback body that eschews menus for manual control. It's so spartan, in fact, that the entire back screen and menu system has been replaced by a single control — an ISO ring — that joins the shutter speed dial and on-lens aperture and focus controls for a pure photographic experience. It has a 24 megapixel full-frame sensor, and lets you make the most of it with a subdued, red dot logo-less black body and a nearly silent shutter for discrete snapping.