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Sony A5100 Camera

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.

  • Blackmagic URSA 4K Digital Film Camera

    If you're ready to upgrade your subpar video kit — whether you've been shooting on your trusty DSLR, or your iPhone — consider the Blackmagic URSA 4K Digital Film Camera. This incredibly feature-full camera kit packs an entire filming studio into one device, letting you shoot freely while monitoring video, audio, and more, all from the convenience of several built-in LCD screens. And with high-end processing, cooling, and construction, you can shoot in incredible Ultra HD without worrying about overheating and noise. With the ability to customize your kit with a range of add-ons while you're in the field, you'll never find yourself ill-equipped again.

  • Viddy DIY Pinhole Camera

    Yes, we know — the name sounds like a camcorder for kids. But while the Viddy DIY Pinhole Camera does take pictures, they're not of the moving variety. Assembly takes as little as 30 minutes and requires only stickers, split pins, and a small drop of glue, while the body is made from durable recycled cardboard and is screenprinted and die-cut by hand in the UK. Features include a precision, laser-cut pinhole, a red light-proof window, the ability to work with both 35mm and medium format film, and a companion app that will let you know how long you need to hold the shutter for a great exposure.