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Bolex D16 Cinema Camera

If you're looking for a camera that flawlessly combines the aesthetic and feel of analog, with the functionality and utility of digital, then you need the Bolex D16 Cinema Camera ($3,300). From legendary 16-millimeter film camera makers Bolex, this camera features a Super 16mm-sized CCD sensor, a high-capacity solid state drive, and captures studio-quality sound and organic-looking video. It's designed to fit comfortably in your hand while you shoot, and accommodates a range of interchangeable lenses including traditional Bolex and C-mount. With plenty of ports, including HDMI, USB 3.0, the ability to hold dual CF cards, and included LightPost software, there's no limit to what you can do with your footage.

  • Olympus Stylus 1 Camera

    When you're packing to head out on a quick weekend trip, space can be tight, especially if you want to avoid checking your bags — so when you need a compact semi-professional camera that doesn't sacrifice image quality, you need the Olympus Stylus 1 Camera ($700). It features a single built-in f/2.8 10.7x 28-300 millimeter lens that retracts fully into the camera body, so you get great zoom without the bulk of a full telephoto lens. A 12 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor combined with the TruePicVI image processor gives you great images with fast response times. Additional features include an electronic viewfinder, three-inch LCD screen, WiFi connectivity, and a range of shooting modes.

  • Ricoh GR Limited Edition Camera

    While it retains all the internal specs of the previously-covered, non-limited-edition version, the Ricoh GR Limited Edition Camera ($900) receives a striking new visual treatment to help set you apart from the pack of shooters out there. This lightweight point-and-shoot still has a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, a fixed 28mm f/2.8 lens, full HD video, but it now has a metallic green wave-tone glossy body and a marbleized ebony grip. It will be available in a limited quantity starting in November, so get your hands on one before they all run out.