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Canon EOS C300 Camera

Red's not the only one getting into the digital cinema game. The Canon EOS C300 Camera ($20,000) leans on the company's recent triumphs in DSLR video to deliver a unique camera aimed squarely at the motion picture crowd. Features include an all-new, Super 35 mm-equivalent, 8.29 megapixel CMOS sensor with oversized pixels for greater performance in low light and reduced noise, a compact body, a DIGIC DV III image processor, dual CF card slots, a full array of industry-standard terminals, and a front-facing lens mount capable of accepting either industry standard PL mount or EF EOS and EF Cinema lenses. The only downside? It peaks at 1080, so if you're looking to future-proof your footage, you'd best give Scarlet another look.

  • GoPro Hero 2 Camera

    Planning to make a record of your outdoor triumphs and bloopers? There's no better tool for the job than the GoPro Hero 2 Camera ($300). Available in outdoor, motorsports, or surfing versions — each with specific accessories for the task — all of the Hero 2s offer a sharper lens and improved low light capability compared to the original Hero, the ability to shoot 11 megapixel stills at speeds up to 10 fps, your choice of wide (170º), medium (127º), or narrow (90º) field of view when shooting 1080p video, the ability to capture WVGA video at 120 fps or 720p video at 60 fps, and, of course, a rugged housing that's waterproof to nearly 200 feet, and ensures that your camera won't bite it even if you do. [Scouted by JR]

  • Lytro Camera

    And you thought your DSLR was advanced. The Lytro Camera ($400-$500) is an all-new type of shooter called a Light Field Camera that captures the color, intensity and vector direction of the rays of light — 11 million of them, in the case of the Lytro — and then uses powerful software to substitute for the internal pieces of regular cameras and also add incredible new capabilities, like the ability to focus the photo after you've taken it. Yeah, that's what we said. [Scouted by Ryan & Alex]