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Canon VIXIA Mini Camcorder

Just because you like to travel light doesn't mean you have to keep shooting grainy, low resolution videos on your smartphone — with the Canon VIXIA Mini Camcorder ($300) you can shoot HD video on the go and still share on all your social networks. Designed to slip conveniently into a pocket, or a small pouch in your bag, you'll barely notice its less than a half a pound weight. The flip-up 2.7-inch LCD screen lets you record from a range of angles, and even view yourself while you record. Wi-Fi connectivity lets you upload video directly to the web, and an available iOS app lets you share content to your phone, or control the camera remotely.

  • Fujifilm X-M1 Camera

    Most situations that call for a full-featured camera are also the situations where it's too inconvenient to bring along a bulky DSLR — hiking, concerts, parties, weekend trips. The Fujifilm X-M1 Camera ($800) packs all the features you'd look for in a camera into a size that can go anywhere. It features a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, a three-inch tilting LCD screen, and supports most Fujifilm lenses. Wireless image transfer lets you to download up to 30 images at a time to your iOS or Android device. At less than one pound, and under five inches by three inches by two inches, it's half the size of a typical DSLR.

  • Pentax Q7 Camera

    Regardless of how good of photos you can shoot on your iPhone, there are some situations that just call for a DSLR. The Pentax Q7 Camera ($500) presents a great compromise between size and features for when all you want to do is shoot great photos on the move. It's the smallest interchangeable-lens camera, and comes packed with everything you would expect from a full-sized camera — adjustable aperture and shutter speed, manual and auto focus, a three inch LCD screen, and a 12.4 megapixel CMOS sensor. You can also customize the body and grip in 120 different combinations, letting you really make it your own.