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Superheadz Clap Camera

It's a memory card reader! It's a camera! Actually, it's both. The Superheadz Clap Camera ($50) is a super small, super simple camera that shoots two megapixel photos or 720x480 movies, which it stores on a MicroSD card that you slide into one end. Pop off the other, and you'll find a USB connector that you can stick directly into your computer for offloading. Or, as the website says, "Take a photo like you applause for being touched from the beauty of the sceneries".

  • Panasonic Lumix GX1

    Don't let the name fool you — the Panasonic Lumix GX1 ($700) is very much a sequel to the GF1 that's currently doing duty around Uncrate HQ. It sports a black or silver body, a 16 megapixel Live MOS sensor, the Venus Engine image processor for full-size shooting at 4.2fps, impressive low-light chops with ISO to 12,800, "Light Speed" autofocus as quick as 0.09 seconds, 1080p video recording, and a full complement of controls that helped make its predecessor such a hit with advanced shooters.

  • Red Scarlet-X Camera

    Whether you're looking to take your DSLR-based videography skills to the next level or just have a ton of cash to blow on a new camera, the Red Scarlet-X Camera ($9,750 and up) won't disappoint. Powered by the company's 14 megapixel Mysterium-X sensor, it can shoot full-frame stills at up to 12 fps, as well as 4K video at 30fps — which means 30 stills, if you so desire — and 1080p at 60fps, using PL mount or Canon lenses, with recordings saved to an onboard SSD, while you monitor things via a 5-inch touchscreen display or "Bomb EVF" high definition viewfinder. A full package, including the "brain," an aluminum Canon mount , SSD module, side handle, 5-inch LCD, and batteries will run around $14,000. Oh, and if you plan on saving any of this goodness for posterity, plan on buying more storage. Lots of storage.