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Novo Camera

GoPros and other action cameras are great, but they're limited to whatever field of view is offered by the built-in lens. The Novo Camera ($300/day, $900/week) is designed to overcome this limitation by repurposing a GoPro Hero3 in a tiny, lightweight aluminum housing that can accept C-Mount lenses and adding new exposure control capabilities, opening up a slew of new artistic possibilities. Not to worry though — it still offers most of the key features of the Hero3, including the LCD touch screen, WiFi connectivity, and up to 4K video recording. Unfortunately for those looking to add it to their arsenal full-time, it's available for rent only.

  • Outex Waterproof Camera Covers

    Breathtaking underwater photos? Awesome. Paying more than you paid for your camera for a dedicated housing? Not so awesome. Outex Waterproof Camera Covers ($190 and up) offer a reasonably-priced alternative, hermetically sealing your DSLR from the world and giving you protection from mud, snow, and water to depths of 30+ feet. Simply select the cover, lens attachment, and viewfinder that's right for your setup, bolt on any accessories you need, and start making some photos.

  • Nikon Coolpix A

    Nikon loyalists looking for a high-end compact no longer need to run to the arms of Sony, Fuji, or — gasp! — Canon. The Nikon Coolpix A ($1,100) fills this gap in the lineup by pairing a 16.2 megapixel DX-format sensor with an all-glass 18.5mm f/2.8 prime lens that allows for a body that's easily stuffed into a jacket pocket. Other features include 4 fps burst shooting, full manual exposure controls, a manual focus ring, the ability to shoot RAW files, 1080p video recording, a 3-inch LCD monitor, and a Macro mode that allows for snapping shots from just four inches away. Coming later this month.