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Panasonic Lumix ZS40 Travel Zoom Camera

We all know the dilemma: you're heading out on a trip, and want some good photos to remember it by. But you also don't want to lug around several pounds of camera equipment. Well, the Panasonic Lumix ZS40 Travel Zoom Camera was designed to solve this problem. It packs an 18.1-megapixel sensor, GPS, Full-HD video recording, Wi-Fi, NFC, manual shooting modes, and a 3-inch screen into a pocket-friendly design. But the real draw here is the 24-720mm equivalent, 30x optical zoom lens from Leica that ensures you'll be able to get the right shot in nearly any situation. Or you could just carry a whole satchel of lenses and an SLR. Up to you.

  • Sony A5000 Camera

    One of the biggest drawbacks to carrying a camera with you everywhere is no doubt the bulk — that's probably why most opt to just use the one they already have on them, their smartphone. But with the Sony A5000 Camera ($600), you get all the capabilities of most DSLR cameras, at about half the size and weight. So there's really no excuse. This tiny interchangeable lens mirrorless camera sports a powerful 20 megapixel APS-C sensor, and the very fast BIONZ X processor, while accommodating the range of E-mount lenses. It also features Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity, a 180-degree tilting LCD screen, a built-in flash, full HD video capability, and includes a 16-50mm zoom lens. Not bad for a shooter weighing in at under a half pound.

  • Garmin Dash Cam 20

    While dash-mounted cameras haven't quite caught on at home like they have in Russia, that doesn't make them any less useful. They're a great way to document a road trip, capture the kind of events you never would have seen coming, or just provide a good eyewitness in case of an accident. The Garmin Dash Cam 20 ($250) gives you everything you could ever need in any of these scenarios, with functionality to start and stop when you turn on your engine, a gravity sensor that knows when you've been in an accident, and built-in GPS to log the location of every bit of footage. It records in full HD onto an expandable microSD card, features a 2.3-inch display, and is pretty easy to install — so you'll always have video evidence of everything that happens on the road.