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Sony RX100 III

Typically when a camera gets a sequel, it replaces the old model. Not so with the Sony RX100 III. While this powerful pocket cam boasts the same basic build as its predecessors — including the same terrific 1-inch, 20.1 MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor — it features an all-new Zeiss 24-70mm lens that gives you a f/1.8 aperture at the wide end and f/2.8 at 70mm, making for more pleasing bokeh. Other new features include the blazing fast Bionz X processor, a pop-up OLED electronic viewfinder, and an articulated LCD that can tilt 180º upwards, making for the best selfies you've ever shot.

  • Leica T Camera

    Incredibly sexy and incredible expensive, Leica T Camera will fit right in with the rest of the brand's impressive lineup. Built in and around a single piece of machined aluminum (constructed as a partnership with Audi), shipping in either black or natural finishes, and kitted out with an APS-C 16-megapixel sensor courtesy of Sony, this lightweight shooter is a thing of absolute beauty. Initially available with two lenses, it also sports a large touchscreen, WiFi connectivity, and a smartphone app to control its functionality, there are plenty of cameras out there that do what it can do, but few that look this good doing it.

  • Lytro Illum Camera

    The first Lytro Camera was an interesting piece of kit, using light field technology to take photos that could be refocused after the fact. But with a maximum resolution of 1080x1080 and an unusual elongated body, it was more tech demo than usable tool. The Lytro Illum Camera looks to change all that. Built around a more traditional body, it features an 8x zoom lens, the ability to focus on objects that are literally touching the lens, an SD slot for storage, and a 40 Megaray CMOS sensor that works in concert with a Snapdragon processor to produce 4MP images that offer all the refocusing magic of the tiny pics from the original.