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Ilott Vintage Rangefinder Cameras

Sure, you can go drop several grand on a digital rangefinder — but where's the fun in that? Ilott Vintage Rangefinder Cameras ($1,850-$2,250) carry the analog torch in style. Available models include the Canon QL 17, the Konica Auto S2, and the Argus C3, all of which arrive fully functional with distinctive, rich wooden finishes that separate them from the pawn shop pack.

  • Olympus Tough TG-1 Camera

    Ruggedness meets high-speed versatility in the Olympus Tough TG-1 Camera ($400). As expected, the TG-1 is waterproof, shockproof, crushproof, and resistant to cold temperatures — but protection from the elements and mishaps isn't its flagship feature. That would be the high-speed f2.0, 4x optical zoom lens, which is combined with a back-illuminated, 12-megapixel CMOS sensor and TruePic VI image processor to deliver great results even in poor lighting. Other features include an HDR mode, GPS, an electronic compass, a 5 fps sports mode, dual IS image stabilization, a 3.0-inch organic EL monitor, full HD video recording, optional waterproof fisheye and tele-converter lenses, and, just for the lulz, a pet mode that automatically snaps the shutter when your furry friend looks straight into the camera. Arriving in June.

  • Leica M Camera

    It's full frame fever season, and it looks like Leica is the latest company to catch the bug. The new Leica M Camera ($7,000) boasts an all-new, 35mm format 24 megapixel CMOS sensor, the blazing fast Maestro image processor, Live View and Live View Focusing on the 3-inch, Gorilla Glass-covered display, 1080p video recording, a splash-proof magnesium alloy body, and compatibility with both M- and R-mount lenses. Arriving early next year, so start saving your Benjamins now.