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Sony DEV-5 Digital Recordable Binoculars

When we think of 3D video recording options, binoculars aren't exactly the first things that come to mind. Yet here we are, looking at these Sony DEV-5 Digital Recordable Binoculars ($2,000). Far from your average good for the cheap seats specs, these high-end optics feature Full HD 3D recording capability thanks to twin G Lens optics, Exmor R CMOS sensors, and BIONZ processors, 10x optical zoom during 2D recording and 5.4x when shooting in 3D, electronic autofocus, optical SteadyShot image stabilization, independent electronic viewfinders, an on-board GPS receiver, HDMI output, and a rechargeable battery good for up to three hours of 2D filming.

  • Ikelite Waterproof Camera Housings

    With modern-day DSLRs capable of fantastic stills and Hollywood-worthy video capture, it's more tempting than ever to take them everywhere — including underwater. If you're planning on testing your rig's sea legs, you're going to need one of these Ikelite Waterproof Camera Housings ($250 and up). Available for everything from point-and-shoots to semi-pro models, they'll keep your rig usable and dry down to 200 feet. [via]

  • Sony Cyber-Shot TX55 Camera

    If you need your next pocket cam to be as thin as possible — think millimeters here — then you'll want to take a look at the Sony Cyber-Shot TX55 Camera ($350). The latest pint-sized powerhouse from the Walkman maker features a 16.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor for terrific detail and low-light performance, Full HD video, fast, 0.1-second autofocus, crazy "By Pixel Super Resolution" processing that extends the 5x optical zoom to 10x without lowering the pixel count, SteadyShot image stabilization, Memory Stick Micro/MicroSD card support, and a 3.3-inch OLED touchscreen that'll let you ensure you've got the shot before the moment passes. [Scouted by Pete]