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Liquid Image Wide Angle HD Dive Mask

Whether you're going on a deep sea expedition or just fooling around in the kiddie pool, the Liquid Image Wide Angle HD Dive Mask ($350) will let you capture it all in stunning high-def without even using your hands. This unique mask integrates a digital video camera into the chassis above and between the lenses, recording 720p, 30 fps video in H.264 format onto a micro SD/SDHC card, and capable of taking 5MP stills as well. Lever-style buttons make it easy to operate while wearing gloves, and, of course, it's a pretty decent mask, as well.

  • Leica M9P

    We've seen the standard edition, and we've seen it in titanium. Now it's time to see it go undercover. The Leica M9P ($TBA) brings the 18 megapixel, full-frame 24 x 36mm sensor, 80-2500 ISO range, 1/4000 of a second shutter speed, full metal housing, and 2.5-inch monitor of the original to bear in a generally unmarked model, replacing the signature front red dot with a logogram on the top deck, and adding a sapphire crystal covering for the LCD. Available in unobtrusive silver or even more stealthy black.

  • Alpinist Camera Case

    Like taking photos in the great outdoors but not willing to settle with the sacrifices of a ruggedized model? Pack your favorite point-and-shoot in an Alpinist Camera Case ($60-$120). Available in models to fit the thinnest of the thin to beefier, DSLR-like models like the Leica D-Lux, these lightweight, aircraft-grade aluminum cases are design to be carried on a climbing harness or backpack strap, and offer features like water resistance, safety lock slots, side grip pockets, magnetic latches, and foam lining for impact protection.