If you have a family, you likely take a lot of pictures of them. Unfortunately, that also means you're missing out on the moment, stuck behind the camera (or phone). The Kiba Family Camera lets you enjoy those moments with your family while still getting the shot. It takes 13 megapixels stills and shoots 1080p video, and uses a custom "Joy Ranking Algorithm" to pick the best shots and clips from each day, uploading them automatically to the cloud. You can also start the camera via voice command or schedule a time for recording, but most of the time it just works on its own — exactly how you'd want it.
It's not for amateurs. It's not even for most professionals. But if you need a DSLR you can push to the absolute limit, the Nikon D5 Camera has you covered. The company's latest flagship is built around a new 20.8-megapixel CMOS sensor delivering a native ISO of 100 to 102,400, extendable to 50-3,280,000 (not a typo). The sensor is paired with an all-new AF system that has 153 focus points as well as its own dedicated processor, a new metering and scene recognition system, and the ability to focus in near complete darkness. Powering all these advancements — in addition to the 3.2-inch XGA LCD touchscreen and 4K video capture — is the EXPEED 5 image processing engine, delivering 12 fps performance with full AE and AF activated. Available in two models, one utilizing speedy XQD storage, and one using the more widespread CF standard.
Like most action cams, it's shockproof, dustproof, waterproof (down to 100 feet), and generally tiny. But the Nikon KeyMission 360 Action Camera has something going for it most competitors don't: decades of photographic experience. The venerable camera maker's first foray into the action market, it uses dual Nikkor lenses and image sensors to record immersive, 360-degree 4K UHD video and sharp still images. Built-in Vibration Reduction helps smooth out any bumps in the road, and a trifecta of NFC, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi make it easy to review, transfer, edit, and share footage right from your phone.