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Sony 4K Camcorder

So you went out and bought yourself a brand new 4K TV — congratulations, take a moment to sit back and admire all those pixels. Though at this point you've probably come to the realization that there just isn't much video out there to let you take advantage of it (at least until Netflix starts streaming their original content in Ultra HD). Instead of waiting for the rest of the world to catch up with you, you might as well just make your own with the Sony FDR-AX100/B 4K Camcorder ($2,000). This remarkable little video camera is capable of capturing video far in excess of normal HD resolution, with a 14 megapixel sensor, a Carl Zeiss lens, and a BIONZ X processor. And once you've shot a few videos worth being proud of, go ahead and use the built-in WiFi and NFC connectivity to pair it with your phone, and share with any of your friends lucky enough to be able to watch them — we're sure they'll thank you for it.

  • 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.

  • Bolex D16 Cinema Camera

    If you're looking for a camera that flawlessly combines the aesthetic and feel of analog, with the functionality and utility of digital, then you need the Bolex D16 Cinema Camera ($3,300). From legendary 16-millimeter film camera makers Bolex, this camera features a Super 16mm-sized CCD sensor, a high-capacity solid state drive, and captures studio-quality sound and organic-looking video. It's designed to fit comfortably in your hand while you shoot, and accommodates a range of interchangeable lenses including traditional Bolex and C-mount. With plenty of ports, including HDMI, USB 3.0, the ability to hold dual CF cards, and included LightPost software, there's no limit to what you can do with your footage.