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Contour+2 Camera

Not content with simply recording video of your adventures? The Contour+2 Camera ($400) has your back. In addition to 1080p video recording, it features built-in GPS for adding overlays with speed, elevation, and distance, Bluetooth for previewing your shot from your smarpthone, a locking instant on-record switch, slow-motion recording of 120 fps in 480p, and an included waterproof case. Creating compelling content? That's up to you.

  • Fujifilm X-E1 Camera

    Smaller and lighter doesn't have to mean less powerful with fewer features. The Fujifilm X-E1 Camera ($1,000-$1,400) is a more pocketable version of the company's beloved X-Pro1, yet still sports the same 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor and X-Mount as its bigger sibling. Other features include a high-def OLED electronic viewfinder, a variety of creative Film Simulation Modes, 1080/24p video recording, and the EXR Processor Pro. Available in two-tone black and silver or solid black, and with or without a bundled lens — whichever you choose, it'll arrive with plenty of retro-licious style.

  • Sony Action Cam

    Go Pro just got some serious competition. The appropriately-named Sony Action Cam ($200-$270) is set to make a run at the current POV sports cam king, by leveraging well-tested Sony imaging technologies like a 16-megapixel Exmor R sensor, ultra-wide angle Carl Zeiss Tessar lens, SteadyShot image stabilization, Full HD recording with a 4x slow mode available at 720p, Memory Stick Micro and Micro SD/SDHC slots, a built-in stereo microphone, and an HDMI output. An included, ruggedized waterproof case with a universal tripod mount will keep the electronics safe from water down to 197 feet, and there will also be a Wi-Fi version that allows for easy retrieval of your latest videos using nothing but a smartphone — no cable required.