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Polaroid Z340 Instant Digital Camera

Get the best of both photographic worlds with the Polaroid Z340 Instant Digital Camera ($300). Sporting a body that's immediately identifiable as a 'roid, the Z340 mixes a 14 megapixel sensor and 2.7-inch LCD with a built-in Zink printer, allowing it to spit out 3"x4", full-color prints in no-time, without the hassle of ink cartridges, and with the ability to print 25 photos per charge. Take that, silly Polaroid-mimicking apps.

  • Red Scarlet-X Camera

    Whether you're looking to take your DSLR-based videography skills to the next level or just have a ton of cash to blow on a new camera, the Red Scarlet-X Camera ($9,750 and up) won't disappoint. Powered by the company's 14 megapixel Mysterium-X sensor, it can shoot full-frame stills at up to 12 fps, as well as 4K video at 30fps — which means 30 stills, if you so desire — and 1080p at 60fps, using PL mount or Canon lenses, with recordings saved to an onboard SSD, while you monitor things via a 5-inch touchscreen display or "Bomb EVF" high definition viewfinder. A full package, including the "brain," an aluminum Canon mount , SSD module, side handle, 5-inch LCD, and batteries will run around $14,000. Oh, and if you plan on saving any of this goodness for posterity, plan on buying more storage. Lots of storage.

  • GoPro Hero 2 Camera

    Planning to make a record of your outdoor triumphs and bloopers? There's no better tool for the job than the GoPro Hero 2 Camera ($300). Available in outdoor, motorsports, or surfing versions — each with specific accessories for the task — all of the Hero 2s offer a sharper lens and improved low light capability compared to the original Hero, the ability to shoot 11 megapixel stills at speeds up to 10 fps, your choice of wide (170º), medium (127º), or narrow (90º) field of view when shooting 1080p video, the ability to capture WVGA video at 120 fps or 720p video at 60 fps, and, of course, a rugged housing that's waterproof to nearly 200 feet, and ensures that your camera won't bite it even if you do. [Scouted by JR]