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.
In modern times, seemingly everyone uses a camera — be it the one in your phone or a more advanced option — to document their life. The problem with that is while documenting, your life, you often forget to actually enjoy living it. Which is why they make the Narrative Clip. This small, wearable camera automatically takes a couple photos every minute using an eight megapixel sensor, allowing you to capture unique, first-person point-of-view photos you would have otherwise missed. 8GB ensures you won't run out of room, built-in Wi-Fi makes automatic uploading a breeze, GPS ensures you'll know the location of each shot, and Bluetooth lets you use your phone as a remote when you want to take more control.
Internet-connected cameras are nothing new, but the Netatmo Welcome Connected Camera adds a new dimension to this common gadget: facial recognition. With the ability to recognize your friends and family's faces, it can tell you who is at your house — and when — and with add-on tags, you can know when doors, windows, or gates are opened or closed, even if they're outside the camera's wide 130º field of view. It requires no subscription, can record its Full HD video to an on-board MicroSD card, and thanks to night vision support, it doesn't have to turn on the lights to see who's coming or going.