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Button Spy Camera

Need to record an interview, event, or meeting without anyone knowing? Stow this Button Spy Camera ($50) behind your shirt. Designed to stick through a button hole with the main electronics remaining hidden, this miniature camera takes 480p video and can snap p1280x1024 JPEG stills, all of which it records to 4GB of built-in flash memory. Sure, the specs are nothing mind-blowing, but to be able to gather intel without being caught, it's not bad. Just don't forget to wear something with black buttons — we have a feeling it might not work so well otherwise. [Scouted by Brandon]

  • Memoto Lifelogging Camera

    Want a photo record of your life, but want to actually enjoy your life instead of taking pictures? Meet the Memoto Lifelogging Camera ($250). This roughly inch and a half square box clips onto your clothes using a sturdy stainless steel clip, and shoots one 5 megapixel, geotagged photo every 30 seconds, storing it on built-in memory that holds up to 4,000 pictures. A built-in accelerometer keeps it from nabbing shots of your desk or nightstand when you take it off, and when you plug it in all your photos are automatically uploaded and securely stored on Memoto's cloud servers for easy viewing via app or browser.

  • Nikon 1 V2 Camera

    When Nikon's first 1 series cameras launched, they looked nice enough, but there also wasn't a ton of differentiation between them. That ends with the Nikon 1 V2 Camera ($900). Sporting a completely redesigned body, the V2 features a 14.2-megapixel sensor, an ergonomic grip, a new Command Mode Dial, a built-in flash, up to 15 fps still shooting thanks to the new Expeed 3A image processing engine, and 1080p video recording. Just remember: it's what the results look like, not the camera that took them.