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Leica M Monochrom Camera

It's built for one thing and one thing only. But when it comes to black and white photography, the Leica M Monochrom (Type 246) might be the best camera in the world. It features a brand-new, full-frame 24-megapixel sensor that, thanks to its lack of a color filter, takes incredibly sharp photos all the way up to ISO 25,000. Helping it along is the Maestro image processor and a 2GB buffer for faster shooting and review, compatibility with both Leica M and Leica R lenses, and a 3-inch LCD screen with a sapphire cover. Despite all the improvements, it still features the company's signature, tank-like rangefinder design with top and bottom plates of solid brass sandwiching the magnesium alloy body.

  • Red 8K Weapon Dragon Camera

    You might have trouble finding somewhere to view the footage it shoots, but if you're looking to future-proof your setup, the Red 8K Weapon Dragon Camera should leave you feeling confident. Inside is a Vista Vision-sized, 8192 x 4320 35-megapixel sensor, capable of 75fps widescreen 8K capture. It gives you the ability to record in RAW and ProRes formats simultaneously, and like its stablemates, you'll need to buy your lenses, monitors, viewfinders, storage, and other attachments separately.

  • Canon XC10 4K Camcorder

    It doesn't have the biggest sensor or a wide range of lenses. But if you're looking for a compact, affordable way to get into 4K video recording, the Canon XC10 4K Camcorder could be just the ticket. At its heart is a one-inch 12-megapixel CMOS sensor with up to 12 stops of dynamic range, paired with a 10x Wide-Angle Zoom Lens with optical image stabilization and Digic DV5 signal processor. Other features include dedicated microphone and headphone jacks, a tilting LCD monitor, and dual-band Wi-Fi for remote operation and previewing. The result is great looking video, no elaborate equipment required.