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Alpinist Camera Case

Alpinist Camera Case

Like taking photos in the great outdoors but not willing to settle with the sacrifices of a ruggedized model? Pack your favorite point-and-shoot in an Alpinist Camera Case ($60-$120). Available in models to fit the thinnest of the thin to beefier, DSLR-like models like the Leica D-Lux, these lightweight, aircraft-grade aluminum cases are design to be carried on a climbing harness or backpack strap, and offer features like water resistance, safety lock slots, side grip pockets, magnetic latches, and foam lining for impact protection.

  • Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera

    Getting tired of the endless feature creep of modern point-and-shoots? The Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera ($130) should be a breath of fresh air. Instead of piling on pointless panoramic and photographic functions, this simple five-megapixel shooter is deadly simple, until your turn on the night vision mode, which retracts the infrared blocking filter over the lens and activates the bright IR LED to invisibly illuminate even the darkest of scenes. Record kitty lulz to your heart's content, even if you can't see them.

  • Expedition Tripod

    Did you know that wood naturally absorbs more vibration than metal? That makes it a prime material for tripod construction, as seen in the Expedition Tripod ($290). Made in Germany from varnished ash wood, it features an interlocking, extending design, a standard, sturdy mount, spiked retractable feet for secure footing in any terrain, and a unique look that makes it a worthy conversation piece when it's not in use.