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Canon PowerShot Elph 510 HS Camera

If any camera was going to dispel the notion of "bigger camera = more zoom," this is it. The Canon PowerShot Elph 510 HS Camera ($350) turns convention on its head by cramming a 28mm wide-angle, 12x optical zoom lens into the thinnest space ever, and also offers up features like an Intelligent IS stabilization system, a Smart AUTO mode for easier operation, a 12.1-megapixel, high-sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 Image Processor, a 7.8 fps burst mode, 1080p Full HD video capture, and a 3.2-inch wide, touch-panel LCD for reviewing all those great shots.

  • ColorWare Leica D-Lux 5 Camera

    Get all the image quality of a Leica with all the colorful fun of a Lomo cam with the ColorWare Leica D-Lux 5 Camera ($1,200; $400 if you mail yours in). Sporting the same features as the standard model — including a 10.1 megapixel sensor, fast f/2.0 lens, a 3.8x optical zoom, 720p video recording, OIS image stabilization, a three-inch LCD, and low-light prowess up to 12,800 ISO — it also lets you adorn the front, back, lens body, lens face, top, port door, hot shoe insert, and lens cap of its compact body in whatever colors you'd like, letting you create everything from a rainbow-colored disaster to the tastefully loud Uncrate-approved model pictured above.

  • Ikelite Waterproof Camera Housings

    With modern-day DSLRs capable of fantastic stills and Hollywood-worthy video capture, it's more tempting than ever to take them everywhere — including underwater. If you're planning on testing your rig's sea legs, you're going to need one of these Ikelite Waterproof Camera Housings ($250 and up). Available for everything from point-and-shoots to semi-pro models, they'll keep your rig usable and dry down to 200 feet. [via]