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Memoto Lifelogging Camera

Want a photo record of your life, but want to actually enjoy your life instead of taking pictures? Meet the Memoto Lifelogging Camera ($250). This roughly inch and a half square box clips onto your clothes using a sturdy stainless steel clip, and shoots one 5 megapixel, geotagged photo every 30 seconds, storing it on built-in memory that holds up to 4,000 pictures. A built-in accelerometer keeps it from nabbing shots of your desk or nightstand when you take it off, and when you plug it in all your photos are automatically uploaded and securely stored on Memoto's cloud servers for easy viewing via app or browser.

  • Autographer

    Wouldn't it be great if you had a photographer following you around, documenting key moments in your life without ever noticing he/she was there? The Autographer ($450) is designed to do something similar. Meant to be worn, it features a host of sensors — a GPS, accelerometer, thermometer, and motion detector among them — that work together to decide when it's time to take a picture. 8GB of internal storage ensures that you won't be needing to offload your 5 megapixel memories too often, but just because you don't need to doesn't mean you won't — it's got built-in Bluetooth so you can check out your shots instantly, no wires required.

  • Panasonic Lumix GH3 Camera

    Micro Four Thirds cameras take another step towards the big boys with the Panasonic Lumix GH3 Camera ($1,300). Panny's new flagship packs a host of high-end features into its relatively compact splash- and dust-proof body, including a new, 16 megapixel sensor with a standard ISO up to 12,800, a new contrast AF system, built-in Wi-Fi, a tiltable 3-inch touchscreen, an electronic OLED viewfinder, and 6 fps burst shooting. Most exciting for videographers will be the new ability to record 1080p video at a bit rate of up to 72Mbps, providing an astonishing level of detail.