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Blackmagic Cinema Camera

Sure, if you've bought a DSLR in the last couple of years, odds are it can record video. But thanks to its built-in video compression, the results might not be what you're looking for — and if so, you might want to try the Blackmagic Cinema Camera ($3,000). Sporting a compact design, it features a high-resolution 2.5K sensor, a built-in SSD with RAW video recording capability, 13 stops of dynamic range, Thunderbolt in/out capability, a large LCD touchscreen display, and compatibility with Canon EF and Zeiss ZF lenses. If you're in, you can start scheduling your shoots for July.

  • Lomo LC-A+ Silver Lake Camera

    Just because Kodak's filed for bankruptcy doesn't mean analog photography is dead. The Lomo LC-A+ Silver Lake Camera ($400) is a classy way to indulge your old-school photographic desires. Previously available in Japan and Korea, the Silver Lake features a chrome body wrapped in genuine brown leather, a Russian-made Minitar 1 lens, an included cable release, and arrives in a special wooden box. Limited to just 1000 units, if you purchase it before March 4, you'll also get an Actionsampler Flash, Sidekick Canvas Bag, Colorsplash, and Kodak Gold Film for free.

  • Samsung 3 Proof Memory Cards

    Whether you're trekking through the Savannah or just want to ensure that the photos from your kid's birthday party don't meet an ugly demise, these Samsung 3 Proof Memory Cards ($18-$30) have your back. Available in 8GB and 16GB capacities, they are waterproof, shock proof, and magnet proof, all while offering Class 10 speed to ensure that they can keep up with even the fastest of shooters. Oh, and the brushed metal body doesn't hurt, either. [via]