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Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera

Having trouble deciding between analog and digital photography? Get the best of both worlds with the Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera ($160). Sporting a 10 megapixel sensor, 3-inch LCD, and SD storage, it's a capable compact camera, but thanks to the built-in ZINK printer, it's much more — on-board editing tools let you crop images and add effects before printing them out in full color, giving you both a digital file and a 2x3, smudge-proof, water-resistant print with a sticky back for good measure. Arriving in August.

  • Sony Cyber-shot RX100 Camera

    A huge part of image quality in digital photography is the size of the sensor capturing the moment. Unfortunately, most point-and-shoots sport measly 1/2.3" sensors that don't let in a lot of light, making higher ISO values necessary and thus introducing more noise into your image. The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 Camera ($650) looks to overcome these limitations with a massive 1-inch, 20.2 megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor that promises to deliver images that belie the pocket-friendly size of the camera. Other features include a fast f/1.8, 3.6x optical zoom Carl Zeiss lens, a BIONZ image processor, ISO settings up to 25,600, 10 fps shooting, a 3-inch LCD display, and a built-in pop-up flash for those times when not even the larger sensor can conquer the darkness.

  • Ilott Vintage Rangefinder Cameras

    Sure, you can go drop several grand on a digital rangefinder — but where's the fun in that? Ilott Vintage Rangefinder Cameras ($1,850-$2,250) carry the analog torch in style. Available models include the Canon QL 17, the Konica Auto S2, and the Argus C3, all of which arrive fully functional with distinctive, rich wooden finishes that separate them from the pawn shop pack.