It's not quite a camera built right into a lens, but the Sony A5100 Camera is so small and light that it's not far off. At its heart is a 24.3 MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor — the same one found in the company's well-regarded α6000 DSLR — and the same Fast Hybrid AF system, with 179AF points and a focusing time as fast as 0.07 seconds. It also packs the BIONZ X processor for shooting up to 6 fps, the ability to shoot Full HD at quality of up to 50MB/s, a tiltable LCD screen, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, an ISO range 100 - 25000, and an included 16-50mm lens with support for tons of other great glass.
The trend of retro camera design marches on with the Pentax Q-S1 Camera. At the heart of its classic design is a 12.4 megapixel, back-illuminated CMOS sensor that works in conjunction with the system of 8 Q series lenses, designed for fun as much as fidelity. Other features include low light sensitivity up to ISO 12800, a gyro-based shake-reduction system, a startup time of one second, Full HD movie recording, a 3-inch LCD monitor, and Program, Aperture, Shutter, and Manual shooting modes for greater control. And should you not be enamored with the traditional black body, Pentax will also offer a color to order service for the Q-S1, offering 4 standard color combinations, an additional 36 body and grip color options, and even five options for the standard prime lens, giving you the opportunity to personalize your camera to match your style.
If you're in the market for an adventure camera, but the GoPro just doesn't quite have what you're looking for in the cuteness department, then the Polaroid Cube is meant for you. It still has everything you want in an adventure camera — full HD video, a waterproof, shockproof, and mountable case — but at less than a quarter of the size, and a with a number of available colors, it wins in the looks arena.