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Panasonic Lumix GF7 Camera

You shouldn't buy the Panasonic Lumix GF7 Camera because of its selfie-friendly, 3-inch touchscreen LCD that tilts up 180 degrees and the special Self Shot Mode that snaps face-focused shots automatically just by waving your hand. You shouldn't even buy it for its retro good looks. Instead, you should buy it for the 16 megapixel, Digital Live MOS sensor with terrific low light capabilities, its outstanding contrast AF system, the built-in Wi-Fi, the Full HD video recording with Dolby Digital audio, and the compatibility with the wide range of Micro Four Thirds lenses. You shouldn't buy it just for taking selfies, but if you do, at least you'll have some excuses.

  • Netatmo Welcome Connected Camera

    Internet-connected cameras are nothing new, but the Netatmo Welcome Connected Camera adds a new dimension to this common gadget: facial recognition. With the ability to recognize your friends and family's faces, it can tell you who is at your house — and when — and with add-on tags, you can know when doors, windows, or gates are opened or closed, even if they're outside the camera's wide 130º field of view. It requires no subscription, can record its Full HD video to an on-board MicroSD card, and thanks to night vision support, it doesn't have to turn on the lights to see who's coming or going.

  • Phase One Alpa A-Series Camera

    And here you thought your DSLR had killer resolution. The new Phase One Alpa A-Series Camera combines a Phase One digital medium format back with an Alpa body, giving you traditional manual controls with state-of-the-art technology. Three models will be offered: the 80-megapixel A280, good for those seeking maximum resolution, the 60-megapixel A260 that's ideal for long exposures, and the 50-megapixel A250, which offers the best low-light capabilities of the bunch. You'll also have your choice of three lenses: the Alpagon 5.6/23mm, Alpar 4.0/35mm and the Alpagon 5.6/70mm, which are equivalent to 15mm, 22mm and 45mm lenses on full frame cameras, respectively. Extra hard disk space not included.