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Sigma DP2 Quattro Camera

If you think the Sigma DP2 Quattro Camera looks unconventional from the outside, wait until you hear what's underneath. The DP2's new Quattro sensor captures light vertically instead of horizontally (like traditional sensors), by using three layers that grab luminance and color information separately, resulting in 19.6MP images offering fantastic detail. Other features include the new True III image processing engine, a 3-inch 920k-dot LCD display, and a fixed 30mm f2.8 lens that's the equivalent of 45mm glass attached to a full-frame body.

  • Panasonic Lumix ZS40 Travel Zoom Camera

    We all know the dilemma: you're heading out on a trip, and want some good photos to remember it by. But you also don't want to lug around several pounds of camera equipment. Well, the Panasonic Lumix ZS40 Travel Zoom Camera was designed to solve this problem. It packs an 18.1-megapixel sensor, GPS, Full-HD video recording, Wi-Fi, NFC, manual shooting modes, and a 3-inch screen into a pocket-friendly design. But the real draw here is the 24-720mm equivalent, 30x optical zoom lens from Leica that ensures you'll be able to get the right shot in nearly any situation. Or you could just carry a whole satchel of lenses and an SLR. Up to you.

  • 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.