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Fujifilm X-A2 Camera

Don't let its small size or good looks fool you — the Fujifilm X-A2 Camera is a serious piece of kit, even if it boasts a selfie-friendly 175° tilting LCD. What makes it so is the 16.3 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor — the same size that's in most DSLRs — as well as compatibility with the full range of X-series lenses, including the new XC16-50mm kit lens with optical image stabilization and macro capability. Other features include face- and eye-detecting AF, Full HD video recording, and built-in Wi-Fi for one-touch image transfers.

  • Phase One Alpa A-Series Camera

    And here you thought your DSLR had killer resolution. The new Phase One Alpa A-Series Camera combines a Phase One digital medium format back with an Alpa body, giving you traditional manual controls with state-of-the-art technology. Three models will be offered: the 80-megapixel A280, good for those seeking maximum resolution, the 60-megapixel A260 that's ideal for long exposures, and the 50-megapixel A250, which offers the best low-light capabilities of the bunch. You'll also have your choice of three lenses: the Alpagon 5.6/23mm, Alpar 4.0/35mm and the Alpagon 5.6/70mm, which are equivalent to 15mm, 22mm and 45mm lenses on full frame cameras, respectively. Extra hard disk space not included.

  • V.360 Camera

    Forget carrying a whole rig of gear — to get visuals of everything going on around you, all you need is the V.360 Camera. Shock-, vibration-, and water-proof, this compact shooter grabs 360º footage using just a single camera, and sports an on-board quad-core, 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chip to process your footage as you capture it, meaning there's no post-production necessary. Features include video resolution up to 6480x1080, still images up to eight megapixels, a built-in GPS, barometer, altimeter, and accelerometer, dual microphones, and a battery life of up to two hours.