The SX-70 is a true legend in the photographic world, as it was the first shooter to take integral instant film, and the first SLR to feature a folding body. The Polaroid SX-70 Camera ($300) isn't a modern remake of this classic — it is the classic, painstakingly restored so it works perfectly — especially with Impossible Project film — folds flat, and looks great even when it's just sitting around. Instragram's got nothing on this.
Despite the proliferation of iPads tablets, there's still a demand for regular ol' eReaders — and the new Sony Reader Wi-Fi ($150) is as good a choice as any. Billed as "the lightest touch screen 6-inch eReader ever," it weighs under six ounces, and features a six-inch E-Ink touch screen, compatibility with common file formats like EPUB, PDF and TXT, 2GB of storage capacity, a battery life of over one month, and, of course, built-in Wi-Fi for downloading new titles.
We've been waiting a long time for the "digital sketchpad" to become reality — and as cool as tablets are, they haven't really been able to nail it. But the Wacom Inkling ($200) looks like it has. It includes a small receiver that attaches to any sketchbook or normal piece of paper and an electronic sketch pen that work together to record your sketches stroke-by-stroke, which can then be transferred over USB and into Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketchbook Pro, or any number of traditional image formats. [Scouted by David]