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Panasonic Lumix GX7 Camera

Another in a long line of digital single lens mirrorless cameras to hit the market recently, the Panasonic Lumix GX7 Camera ($TBA) sets itself apart with some fairly-impressive features. A 16-megapixel live MOS sensor lets it capture images at high light sensitivity with very little noise, as well as full HD video. The 90-degree tilt-able, three-inch, touch-enabled live viewfinder lets you get the best look at your subject, regardless of your shooting angle. Wi-Fi and one-touch NFC device connectivity let you control the camera from your smartphone and transfer photos so you can upload them to the web to share with friends.

  • Pentax Q7 Camera

    Regardless of how good of photos you can shoot on your iPhone, there are some situations that just call for a DSLR. The Pentax Q7 Camera ($500) presents a great compromise between size and features for when all you want to do is shoot great photos on the move. It's the smallest interchangeable-lens camera, and comes packed with everything you would expect from a full-sized camera — adjustable aperture and shutter speed, manual and auto focus, a three inch LCD screen, and a 12.4 megapixel CMOS sensor. You can also customize the body and grip in 120 different combinations, letting you really make it your own.

  • Lomography Konstruktor DIY Camera Kit

    Call us luddites if you want, but we appreciate few things more than completely disconnecting and doing something with our hands. The Lomography Konstruktor DIY Camera Kit ($35) contains everything you need to build a fully-functional 35mm camera (yes that precludes posting to Instagram) from scratch, combining our passion for the maker mentality with our love for photography. In only about thirty minutes, you can build your own plastic analog camera, customize it with decals, load it with film, and start shooting. Then all you need to do is find somewhere that actually still processes the stuff.