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Fujifilm X100S Camera

If you want to be shooting with this black beauty this summer, here's your chance. All you have to do is follow us on Instagram. That's it. So go on. Hop on over and follow us. We'll wait. Ok. So as we were saying, now that you've followed us and will now be enjoying behind-the-scenes photos from our adventures, you'll be entered to win the all-black X100S we have here at the office. Then you'll be able to use it on your own adventures if you win. Good deal, right? We'll pick a winner at random on June 30.

If you've been waiting around for Fujifilm to release their excellent X100S Camera ($1,300) in black, you can stop, because the wait is over. This camera — already a favorite for street photographers thanks to its retro styling, compact size, fixed large aperture lens (23mm at f2), and powerful 16 megapixel CMOS sensor and EXR processor — is now even better for discrete photography with its new stealthy colorway. Additional features include easy-to-use manual controls for aperture and shutter speed, an intelligent hybrid autofocus, full HD video capability, and excellent color quality for some of the best portraits you've ever taken.

  • Sony RX100 III

    Typically when a camera gets a sequel, it replaces the old model. Not so with the Sony RX100 III. While this powerful pocket cam boasts the same basic build as its predecessors — including the same terrific 1-inch, 20.1 MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor — it features an all-new Zeiss 24-70mm lens that gives you a f/1.8 aperture at the wide end and f/2.8 at 70mm, making for more pleasing bokeh. Other new features include the blazing fast Bionz X processor, a pop-up OLED electronic viewfinder, and an articulated LCD that can tilt 180º upwards, making for the best selfies you've ever shot.

  • LifeLogger

    Why shell out a grand a half to look like a jackass document your life with Google Glass when you can do the same thing with the LifeLogger? Like Glass, this head-mounted gadget allows you to record video and take still photos — 720p and 5MP, respectively — from a point-of view that's very similar to what you're seeing with your own eyes. Built-in Wi-Fi lets you stream video directly from the camera, although with 32GB of storage, whether you want to or not is totally up to you and your subjects.