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Pentax K-30 Camera

Attention high-end Nikon and Canon DSLR shooters: the Pentax K-30 Camera ($850) will be arriving soon with plans on crashing your rain-soaked photo party. The K-30 boasts 81 seals that keep out rain, weather, and cold, allowing it to shoot in conditions normally reserved for the $3,000 and up crowd. Other features include a 16 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, full HD video recording, an optical viewfinder with 100% coverage, 6 fps high-speed shooting, a shake reduction system for sharper images, a 3-inch LCD, and compatibility with Pentax's K, KA, KAF2, and KAF3 mount lenses. Available in July.

  • Leica M Camera

    It's full frame fever season, and it looks like Leica is the latest company to catch the bug. The new Leica M Camera ($7,000) boasts an all-new, 35mm format 24 megapixel CMOS sensor, the blazing fast Maestro image processor, Live View and Live View Focusing on the 3-inch, Gorilla Glass-covered display, 1080p video recording, a splash-proof magnesium alloy body, and compatibility with both M- and R-mount lenses. Arriving early next year, so start saving your Benjamins now.

  • Blackmagic Cinema Camera

    Sure, if you've bought a DSLR in the last couple of years, odds are it can record video. But thanks to its built-in video compression, the results might not be what you're looking for — and if so, you might want to try the Blackmagic Cinema Camera ($3,000). Sporting a compact design, it features a high-resolution 2.5K sensor, a built-in SSD with RAW video recording capability, 13 stops of dynamic range, Thunderbolt in/out capability, a large LCD touchscreen display, and compatibility with Canon EF and Zeiss ZF lenses. If you're in, you can start scheduling your shoots for July.