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Lomo Instant Camera

The people at Lomography do as much as anyone to keep analog photography alive — so we couldn't think of anyone better to make an all-new instant system. The Lomo Instant Camera features a retro-styled body in one of four colorways, a built-in, 27mm equivalent wide angle lens, three shooting modes, including two manual, a tripod mount, cable release support, and simple two-step focusing. You can expand its capabilities with fisheye and portrait attachments and with color gels, but perhaps the best part is its support for Fujifilm Instax Mini film — the most widely available instant film around.

  • LifeLogger

    Why shell out a grand a half to look like a jackass document your life with Google Glass when you can do the same thing with the LifeLogger? Like Glass, this head-mounted gadget allows you to record video and take still photos — 720p and 5MP, respectively — from a point-of view that's very similar to what you're seeing with your own eyes. Built-in Wi-Fi lets you stream video directly from the camera, although with 32GB of storage, whether you want to or not is totally up to you and your subjects.

  • Centr Panoramic Camera

    Don't let its small, unorthodox shape fool you — the Centr Panoramic Camera is serious tech. Already in use by the likes of Red Bull, National Geographic, and the Army, this nifty device uses 4 HD cameras to stitch together 360º 4K resolution footage in real time. Features include a splash-proof body, a quick-release battery, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE, 8GB of internal storage with MicroSD expansion, three microphones, and the ability to shoot 20MP stills.