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Blackmagic Studio Camera

Looking to shoot a live broadcast, but don't have the budget for traditional live camera equipment? Check this out. The Blackmagic Studio Camera combines a slim, sleek body with all the power you need for serious live production. In addition to an enormous 10-inch viewfinder with integrated control panel and flexible MFT mount, it also sports a 4-hour battery, an illuminated tally, and a host of pro-grade connections like bi-directional optical fiber and SDI, an aviation headset jack, and stereo XLR mic inputs. The 1080p60 video from the standard model not good enough for you? Not to worry, as a 4K 2160p60 model is on the way.

  • Olympus Stylus Tough TG-3 Camera

    You can take some great pictures with a smartphone or a DSLR — but neither of those is well-suited to the wilderness. For those times, you need something like the Olympus Stylus Tough TG-3 Camera. Designed for use in any conditions, the TG-3 is freezeproof to -14º F, waterproof to 50 feet, shockproof from seven feet, crushproof to 220 lbs., and dustproof. Of course, it takes great photos, too, thanks to a high-speed f2.0 lens, 16MP backlit CMOS sensor, and TruePic VII image processor, which are joined by 1080p Full HD video recording, a 3-inch LCD monitor, GPS, and built-in Wi-Fi for easy sharing once you're back in civilization.

  • Samsung NX Mini Camera

    Creating the world's smallest and lightest interchangeable lens camera is no small accomplishment — what with a field already dominated by some pretty tiny shooters — but the Samsung NX Mini Camera has set a new benchmark for camera size. Weighing in at a scant third of a pound, and measuring less than an inch in total thickness without a lens, you'll never think twice about sticking it in your pocket before you head out. It's also packed with features for such a small camera, including a 20 megapixel sensor, a three-inch flip-up touchscreen, and three available lenses. What's more, the Mini was designed with the selfie-taker in mind, thanks to its 180-degree screen and its narrow focal range, taking shots of you and your friends with your arm out has never been easier (so it might be time to apologize to your friends in advance).