Mirrorless cameras are the new DSLRs — and the Nikon 1 V3 Camera is the flagship of Nikon's mirrorless lineup. Boasting an 18.4 MP sensor and the Expeed 4A image processor, the V3 offers the world's fastest continuous shooting frame rate at a blazing 20 fps, as well as a fast AF system with 171 contrast detect focus areas, Full HD 1080/60p video recording, a tilting, touch-panel 3-inch LCD monitor, and built-in Wi-Fi. There's even an optional shooting grip and electronic viewfinder packed in with it, but unless you're coming from a DSLR, you might not even use them.
Life doesn't just happen within the confines of a rectangular frame — plenty happens on the periphery as well — and that's where normal video cameras fall short. But with the 360Fly Camera you're not just limited to what's in front of you, it films in 360 degrees horizontally, and 240 degrees vertically, capturing the entirety of life around you. With the ability to attach to helmets, tripods, bikes, boards, and more, it's the perfect way to preserve all of life's memories. And since it's compatible with both iOS and Android, and works with apps for both, you can view video as it's captured, instantly edit it, and share it on the web with your friends.
Most action cams only let you adjust the angle at which you're capturing your video by moving the camera itself — which can make for some mighty unwieldy mounting solutions. The Socam overcomes this problem with a 330º rotatable lens that provides viewing orientation and mounting options. Other features include a built-in gyro-assisted image stabilizer to keep your footage looking smooth, built-in Wi-Fi for hassle-free sharing, simple operation with only two buttons and colored LED indicators, the ability to shoot 1080p video at 30fps, WVGA slo-mo at 120 fps, and 16 megapixel stills, and an optional splashproof case with room for extra batteries or sensor modules.