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Lomo LC-Wide Camera

Analog photography, like vinyl, is making a huge comeback — and you can get in on the action with the Lomo LC-Wide Camera ($390). Sporting a fixed 17mm Minigon Ultra-Wide Angle lens, the LC-Wide shoots on pretty much any type of 35mm film, and offers a choice between full, square, or half-format shots, multiple exposures, a close-up focus distance of just 0.4 meters, auto exposure, zone-based focusing, and a maximum shutter speed of 1/500. A new DSLR it's not, but that's entirely the point.

  • V.I.O. POV.HD Camera

    Whether you simply want to record your sporting exploits or you're shooting an FPS film noir, the V.I.O. POV.HD Camera ($600) should be at the top of your gear list. Offering a super-wide field of view when shooting in 1080p HD — it's slightly less when shooting in the slow-mo 60fps 720p mode — the POV.HD also features a shock-, dust-, and water-proof housing, a wireless remote, in-field editing and exposure control, SDHC storage, and the ability to mount to goggles, a helmet, or anywhere else that seems appropriate.

  • Olympus Stylus Tough 8010 Camera

    We've seen waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof cameras before, but crushproof? That's the claim made by the Olympus Stylus Tough 8010 Camera ($290). Sporting a 14 megapixel sensor, a 5x optical zoom, dual image stabilization, 720p video recording, a 2.7-inch LCD, and HDMI output, it's also waterproof to 33 feet, shockproof to 6.6 feet, freezeproof to 14º F, and — yes — crushproof up to 220 pounds, or more than your average NFL cornerback.