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Fujifilm X-E2 Camera

Whether you're trying to capture fast-moving adventure sports, or your kid's first soccer game, you need a camera that can handle motion without missing a beat. The Fujifilm X-E2 Camera ($1,400) features a lightning-quick processor, giving it the fastest autofocus speeds of any competitive cameras at just .08 seconds — so you'll never end up with an out-of-focus action shot. A 16 megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor in combination with the fast processor give it incredible image quality, rivaled only by full-frame cameras. Creative modes, WiFi connectivity, a three-inch LCD screen, full HD movie capability, and a range of compatible interchangeable lenses make it a great choice for the casual photographer.

  • Leica M RED Camera

    It's tough to find beautiful design and a good cause — it's especially tough to find them in one great product — but the Leica M RED Camera ($TBA) seems to have it all. This one-of-a-kind camera sports a machined aluminum aesthetic designed by Apple's unparalleled Senior Vice President of design Jony Ive, and is based on the Leica Digital Rangefinder Camera. Available at the next (Product) RED auction, this camera features (along with its gorgeous, unique design) a full-format CMOS sensor, a powerful processor, and a 50mm f/2 ASPH lens. It's the ideal intersection of design, craftsmanship, and charity.

  • Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Camera

    For every luddite out there who misses the old days of analog photography, when photos weren't instantly shared to the web, but instead passed around from hand to hand, there's the Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Camera ($200). This well-built, high-end instant camera goes beyond most of its competitors, adding various shooting modes for a range of applications, including: double exposure and macro modes for greater shooting creativity, party mode and speed mode for those tougher shots, and a bulb mode for long exposures at night. After you shoot, just develop, print, and pass around your photos on the spot — now that's sharing.