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Sony A7S Camera

Anymore, just because you want a camera that's small in size, doesn't mean you should settle for something that's small in features. With the Sony A7S Camera, you get both — the world's smallest full-frame interchangeable lens camera, and a pro-level shooter, all in one. Built to fit in the palm of your hand, this camera takes full advantage of its 35-millimeter full-frame 12.2-megapixel sensor, letting you take incredible photos no matter the quality of light. But, it doesn't just stop at photos. This camera also uses its large sensor to take incredible 4K video, so no pixel is lost even when you're shooting video at very high resolution.

  • Samsung NX Mini Camera

    Creating the world's smallest and lightest interchangeable lens camera is no small accomplishment — what with a field already dominated by some pretty tiny shooters — but the Samsung NX Mini Camera has set a new benchmark for camera size. Weighing in at a scant third of a pound, and measuring less than an inch in total thickness without a lens, you'll never think twice about sticking it in your pocket before you head out. It's also packed with features for such a small camera, including a 20 megapixel sensor, a three-inch flip-up touchscreen, and three available lenses. What's more, the Mini was designed with the selfie-taker in mind, thanks to its 180-degree screen and its narrow focal range, taking shots of you and your friends with your arm out has never been easier (so it might be time to apologize to your friends in advance).

  • Nikon 1 V3 Camera

    Mirrorless cameras are the new DSLRs — and the Nikon 1 V3 Camera is the flagship of Nikon's mirrorless lineup. Boasting an 18.4 MP sensor and the Expeed 4A image processor, the V3 offers the world's fastest continuous shooting frame rate at a blazing 20 fps, as well as a fast AF system with 171 contrast detect focus areas, Full HD 1080/60p video recording, a tilting, touch-panel 3-inch LCD monitor, and built-in Wi-Fi. There's even an optional shooting grip and electronic viewfinder packed in with it, but unless you're coming from a DSLR, you might not even use them.