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Lomo LC-A+ Silver Lake Camera

Just because Kodak's filed for bankruptcy doesn't mean analog photography is dead. The Lomo LC-A+ Silver Lake Camera ($400) is a classy way to indulge your old-school photographic desires. Previously available in Japan and Korea, the Silver Lake features a chrome body wrapped in genuine brown leather, a Russian-made Minitar 1 lens, an included cable release, and arrives in a special wooden box. Limited to just 1000 units, if you purchase it before March 4, you'll also get an Actionsampler Flash, Sidekick Canvas Bag, Colorsplash, and Kodak Gold Film for free.

  • Nikon D800

    While it might not be what everyone was hoping for, the Nikon D800 ($3,000) is sure to make a lot of shooters out there very, very happy. Designed with resolution heads in mind, the D800 features a whopping 36.3-megapixel full-frame sensor that will likely cause sleepless nights for some medium format cameras, the 91,000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Metering III sensor, an improved 51-point AF system, full 1080p video capture with professional features like uncompressed HDMI output, full manual control, and a dedicated headphone jack for accurate monitoring of audio levels, a 3.2-inch LCD monitor, 4 fps shooting — 6 fps with the optional battery pack — SD and CF card slots, and the Expeed 3 image processing engine. Arriving in late March, but you'd best get your pre-orders in now.

  • Incase DSLR Pro Pack

    If you need more than just a strap to carry your camera gear around, consider the Incase DSLR Pro Pack ($150). This top-of-the-line pack offers compartments for an iPad and a 15" MacBook Pro, straps to attach a collapsible tripod, heavily-padded shoulder straps, a compartment for your iPhone — or your point-and-shoot companion — and a mesh back panel so you don't get too sweaty.