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Expedition Tripod

Expedition Tripod

Did you know that wood naturally absorbs more vibration than metal? That makes it a prime material for tripod construction, as seen in the Expedition Tripod ($290). Made in Germany from varnished ash wood, it features an interlocking, extending design, a standard, sturdy mount, spiked retractable feet for secure footing in any terrain, and a unique look that makes it a worthy conversation piece when it's not in use.

  • Sprocket Rocket Camera

    The retro camera craze continues with the Sprocket Rocket Camera ($89). Designed to work with standard old 35mm film, the Rocket captures panoramic shots so big that they extend onto the sprocket holes of the film, giving the camera its name and the shots it takes a distinctive look. It also features two shutter settings, two aperture settings, the ability to rewind the film for double exposures, and a hot shoe for flash use.

    Win it!Thanks to our friends at Hyundai, we're giving away a Sprocket Rocket. Just post a tweet about the camera with @uncrate and #snapout at the end to be entered.

  • Nikon Coolpix P300 Camera

    After two years of letting Canon rule the prosumer compact point-and-shoot market with the S90/S95, Nikon is finally launching a counter-attack. The Nikon Coolpix P300 Camera ($330) looks to be a formidable challenger, with a Wide-Angle, f/1.8-4.9 4.2x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens, a 12.2-megapixel backside illumination CMOS sensor, optical Vibration Reduction, ISO sensitivity up to 3200, an EXPEED C2 image processing engine, Full HD 1080p video recording with autofocus, a high-res 3-inch LCD screen, and top-mounted control wheels with aperture priority, shutter priority, and full manual controls.