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Hasselblad Stellar Special Edition Cameras

While their idea of pricing for a so-called consumer-level camera may leave most nonprofessional photographers scratching their heads (and checking their bank accounts), the Hasselblad Stellar Special Edition Cameras ($3,175) are still something to behold. With several options available, you can choose a white, black, or orange body, with either a carbon fiber, padouk, or wenge wood grip. Inside they feature the workings of the excellent Sony X100 camera, with a 28-100mm Carl Zeiss zoom lens, a 20-megapixel sensor, a wide ISO range, full HD video capability, and 3.6x optical zoom capability.

  • Ricoh GR Limited Edition Camera

    While it retains all the internal specs of the previously-covered, non-limited-edition version, the Ricoh GR Limited Edition Camera ($900) receives a striking new visual treatment to help set you apart from the pack of shooters out there. This lightweight point-and-shoot still has a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, a fixed 28mm f/2.8 lens, full HD video, but it now has a metallic green wave-tone glossy body and a marbleized ebony grip. It will be available in a limited quantity starting in November, so get your hands on one before they all run out.

  • 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.