Remember 110 film? You know, the kind that came in a plastic canister and always seemed to be used inside stretched out cameras? Well, it's back, and powers the far more traditionally-shaped Diana Baby Camera ($50). This diminutive camera comes equipped with a 24mm lens, slips easily into a pocket, and — as mentioned above — takes nearly-square 110 film, making it a sort of budget analogue Instagram cam.
Why should your favorite photo apps be limited to the built-in shooter on your phone? That's apparently the question that was asked during development of the Nikon Coolpix S800c Android Camera ($350). While it's 10x optical zoom Nikkor lens, backside-illuminated, 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, and full HD 1080p movie capture are all impressive, it's the S800c's 3.5-inch, WVGA touchscreen and Android 2.3 that steal the show, giving you the ability to download new apps from Google Play to expand your creative horizons, Wi-Fi for direct-from-device sharing, and GPS for proper geotagging. And unlike Polaroid's prior Android effort, you'll actually be able to buy it.
Ties are already designed to look good around your neck, so why not replace your aging, logo-laden camera strap with one? The Necktie Camera Strap secures your shooter securely around you using a snazzy houndstooth strap that's made to look just like the aforementioned necktie, but without the need for equally fancy attire.