Ties are already designed to look good around your neck, so why not replace your aging, logo-laden camera strap with one? The Necktie Camera Strap secures your shooter securely around you using a snazzy houndstooth strap that's made to look just like the aforementioned necktie, but without the need for equally fancy attire.
Blurring the lines between a DSLR and a point-and-shoot, the Canon EOS M Camera ($800) is the company's first foray into mirrorless cameras. At its heart is an 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor that provides ISO ranges of 100-6400 in video mode and 100-12,800 in still mode, and is complemented by a DIGIC 5 image processor, a 3-inch multi-touch LCD monitor, a Hybrid CMOS AF system, compatibility with SD/SDHC/SDXC cards, full manual exposure control when shooting video, and an available mount adapter so you can use nearly any EF or EF-S lenses. Coming in October.
If it's good enough for David "Fight Club" Fincher, it's good enough for us. The Red Epic-M Monochrome Camera ($42,000) features a newly-developed 5K monochrome sensor that offers improved net resolution thanks to the removal of the debayer process, a new low-pass filter, a native ISO of 2,000, and a guaranteed free upgrade to a Dragon Monochrome Sensor next year. Fincher's already shooting his next project with it; you'll have to wait until October to get your hands on one.