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Canon PowerShot G1 X

Farm league photographers wanting to up their game should take a look at the Canon PowerShot G1 X ($800). Sporting a 1.5-inch, 14.3-megapixel CMOS sensor (the largest sensor to date for a PowerShot model), the G1 X should deliver amazing shots from a compact point-and-shoot body. The camera features an ISO range of up to 12800, a Canon lens with 4x optical zoom, an aperture of f/2.8 to f/16, and wide-angle capabilities starting at 28mm. The G1 X also has 14-bit RAW+JPEG support, HDR shooting, full HD 1080p video recording, a 3-inch vari-angle LCD, and a Mode Dial and Front Dial for precise control.

  • Cam Crate

    Protect your DSLR from the elements inside the Cam Crate ($50). Sporting a rugged composite outer shell, a quick-opening door, soft foam interior egg crate lining, and a proper seal, the Cam Crate is waterproof, mudproof, crushproof, and shockproof, giving you the freedom to tote your shooter places you'd never dare before — resulting in more interesting shots.

  • Superheadz Clap Camera

    It's a memory card reader! It's a camera! Actually, it's both. The Superheadz Clap Camera ($50) is a super small, super simple camera that shoots two megapixel photos or 720x480 movies, which it stores on a MicroSD card that you slide into one end. Pop off the other, and you'll find a USB connector that you can stick directly into your computer for offloading. Or, as the website says, "Take a photo like you applause for being touched from the beauty of the sceneries".