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Polaroid Socialmatic Camera

Some of us are obsessed with sharing — perhaps to a fault — knowing that every photo we take is going to end up on some social medium, whether it's Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or otherwise. The Polaroid Socialmatic Camera ($TBA) is made with that in mind, with Android installed and a 4.5-inch touchscreen, so you can load it up with all your favorite apps for photo sharing. Throw in WiFi connectivity, and it's never been easier to post your favorite shots to the web to share with your friends. And for those of you who still prefer to share the analog way, the camera features a built-in printer that prints two- by three-inch snaps to distribute by hand.

  • 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.

  • Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

    Ahead of CES, Samsung has announced the latest — albeit incremental — update to their point-and-shoot, the Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 ($TBA). While much of it remains pretty much the same (you'll still find a 16-megapixel sensor, 21-times zoom lens, and a 4.8-inch LCD screen), it gets enough improvements to make most casual photographers happy. With increased battery capacity and reduction in weight, this web-connected, Android-powered camera-phone hybrid is now much more friendly for shooters on the move. Combine that with NFC photo sharing to your actual phone, a newer 1.6GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and an update to Android 4.3, and you get a powerful, fast camera that can easily share photos to a range of services no matter where you are.