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Fujifilm X-A1 Camera

If you're looking for a low-cost entry into the realm of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, the Fujifilm X-A1 Camera ($600) may be your best bet. Even at that relatively low price, you still get a compact, lightweight body and a 16-50mm F/3.5-5.6 lens — everything you need to get started shooting. The camera comes in an attractive retro design, available in three colors, black, blue and red. It also boasts the sort of feature set you'd expect from more expensive cameras: a 16 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a three-inch tiltable LCD, full HD video, and built-in WiFi.

  • Ricoh Theta Camera

    While photos are still a great way of capturing moments you want to remember, they still leave something to be desired — everything outside of the frame is left completely to the viewer's imagination. With the Ricoh Theta Camera ($400) you can photograph not just what's directly in front of you, but a complete image of your surroundings, creating a spherical photo. The camera is small and portable, fitting comfortably in the palm of your hand or stashing away in your pocket. It pairs with your iOS device using the included app over a WiFi connection (Android support is on its way), so you can view, edit, and share your spherical snaps.

  • Sony Cyber-Shot QX Lens Cameras

    Transform your smartphone into a fully-functioning camera with these Sony Cyber-Shot QX Lens Cameras ($250-$500). Each of these lenses attaches to your smartphone with an included mechanical bracket, and connects using WiFi or NFC, letting you take the kind of pictures reserved, until now, for actual cameras. They can also function as stand-alone cameras, with a slot for a memory card and a shutter button. They currently offer two models, one with a large 20 megapixel sensor and 3.6x zoom, and another with an 18 megapixel sensor and 10x zoom.