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Fujifilm X-M1 Camera

Most situations that call for a full-featured camera are also the situations where it's too inconvenient to bring along a bulky DSLR — hiking, concerts, parties, weekend trips. The Fujifilm X-M1 Camera ($800) packs all the features you'd look for in a camera into a size that can go anywhere. It features a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, a three-inch tilting LCD screen, and supports most Fujifilm lenses. Wireless image transfer lets you to download up to 30 images at a time to your iOS or Android device. At less than one pound, and under five inches by three inches by two inches, it's half the size of a typical DSLR.

  • Hasselblad Lunar Camera

    The name Hasselblad has inspired lust among professional photographers for decades, and for good reason — it's synonymous with quality, from large-format cameras to studio DSLRs. The Hasselblad Lunar Camera ($7,000), pays tribute to the 500C of 1957, the first camera ever in space. The 24 megapixel CMOS sensor, lenses, and other innards are all Swedish, while the exterior sports an Italian design and luxury materials (mahogany, leather, even gold). Advanced image stabilization keeps your photos clear in situations that typically call for a tripod. It comes standard with an 18-55mm focal-range lens (short- and long-range lenses are also available).

  • ONDU Pinhole Cameras

    Pinhole cameras represent one of the most basic forms of photography — but that doesn't mean they have to be inelegant. ONDU Pinhole Cameras ($60-$200) are made from high-quality woods and feature classy designs with rounded corners and simple shapes, letting you enjoy and explore pinhole photography without the odd looks that can come from using more primitive devices. They're available in 135, 135 panoramic, 6x6, 6x12 Multiformat, 4" x 5", and sliding box models, and are expected to ship in October.