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Pico Dolly

You know the real difference between Hollywood-looking video and the stuff you've been shooting on your phone or DSLR? Proper camera movement. Even the steadiest of hands can add unwanted shake, so eliminate the possibility altogether with the Pico Dolly ($90). this simple, sturdy unit features a metal dolly unit with a tripod mount, a reposition-able 11" arm, a clamp for holding phones or cameras that lack a tripod mount, and rotating wheels so you can shoot in a circular motion or in a curve. And hey, it's a helluva lot simpler and cheaper than hiring an actual camera crew.

  • Lomography LomoKino

    And you thought film was dead. The Lomography LomoKino ($80-$100) looks to bring analogue filmmaking back to the masses by letting you record 144 shots on one roll of 35mm film by simply loading it up and turning the crank, giving you 50-60 seconds of LomoMovie. Any type of 35mm film can be used for different effects, and the lomokinoscope (included in the $100 package) will let you play back the developed film by pointing it at a light source and — once again — turning the crank. Interesting subject matter not included.

  • SteriPEN Freedom UV Water Purifier

    Finding safe drinking water isn't always as simple as it sounds — so next time you head south of the border, take the SteriPEN Freedom UV Water Purifier ($120) with you. This highly-portable UV water purifier runs off an integrated battery that recharges over micro USB, and can destroy over 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, and protozoa in a standard-sized glass in just 48 seconds. As a bonus, it also features instant-on technology, and LED indicators that can double as a flashlight. Unless, of course, you like the idea of drinking nothing but Corona the whole trip.