Maximum performance meets minimal ornamentation in the Leica M-P Camera. Designed to draw as little attention as possible, this is one of very few Leicas to arrive without the iconic red Logo on the front. It's powered by a 24 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, the Leica Maestro image processor, and a huge 2 GB memory buffer that makes it twice as fast as capturing shots in burst mode than its predecessor. It also offers Full HD video recording, a weather-resistant, full-metal magnesium alloy chassis, and compatibility with Leica's legendary line of M-series glass.
Incase has a stellar reputation when it comes to making accessories and cases for iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks — which is why you're likely to see tons of their stuff at the Apple Store. Now they're giving your GoPro some love with the new line of Incase Action Camera Gear. The collection includes the Pro Pack and Sling Pack, both meant to let you store and protect your camera and accessories as you go from place to place, as well as the Mono Kit, a silicone travel case for a single camera, the Dual Kit, built to carry two cameras, and the Accessory Cartridge, designed for carrying cords, batteries, mounts, housings, and more.
It's not quite a camera built right into a lens, but the Sony A5100 Camera is so small and light that it's not far off. At its heart is a 24.3 MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor — the same one found in the company's well-regarded α6000 DSLR — and the same Fast Hybrid AF system, with 179AF points and a focusing time as fast as 0.07 seconds. It also packs the BIONZ X processor for shooting up to 6 fps, the ability to shoot Full HD at quality of up to 50MB/s, a tiltable LCD screen, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, an ISO range 100 - 25000, and an included 16-50mm lens with support for tons of other great glass.