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JVC Adixxion Camcorder

Overlook the ridiculous name and the equally ridiculous "Quad Proof" labeling on its side, and you'll find that the JVC Adixxion Camcorder ($350) is a quite capable rugged-cam. Sporting a five-megapixel CMOS sensor, it can capture full HD video at 30p, 720 video at 60p, and features a super-wide lens, a 1.5-inch LCD for playback, the ability to grab full-resolution stills, an SDXC card slot, a time-lapse mode, a mini-HDMI output, included goggle and flexible mounts, and a robust design that's shockproof, dustproof, freeze proof, and waterproof down to 15 feet. Arriving later this summer.

  • 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.

  • Pentax K-30 Camera

    Attention high-end Nikon and Canon DSLR shooters: the Pentax K-30 Camera ($850) will be arriving soon with plans on crashing your rain-soaked photo party. The K-30 boasts 81 seals that keep out rain, weather, and cold, allowing it to shoot in conditions normally reserved for the $3,000 and up crowd. Other features include a 16 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, full HD video recording, an optical viewfinder with 100% coverage, 6 fps high-speed shooting, a shake reduction system for sharper images, a 3-inch LCD, and compatibility with Pentax's K, KA, KAF2, and KAF3 mount lenses. Available in July.