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theQ Camera

Instantly share your photos across social networks — or if you never learned to share, just store them in the cloud — with theQ Camera ($200). Thanks to 3G connectivity (and internal two-gig storage for when you're off the grid) you upload each of your shots to a web-based service called theQ Lab, where you can store, edit, and post photos from any device. Alternatively, with two pushes of the upload button, you can directly share a picture to any networks you've already configured. This small, five megapixel camera is also waterproof, features a built-in diffused LED flash, manual focus wheel, and a fixed lens with an f2.4 aperture.

  • Panasonic Lumix GX7 Camera

    Another in a long line of digital single lens mirrorless cameras to hit the market recently, the Panasonic Lumix GX7 Camera ($TBA) sets itself apart with some fairly-impressive features. A 16-megapixel live MOS sensor lets it capture images at high light sensitivity with very little noise, as well as full HD video. The 90-degree tilt-able, three-inch, touch-enabled live viewfinder lets you get the best look at your subject, regardless of your shooting angle. Wi-Fi and one-touch NFC device connectivity let you control the camera from your smartphone and transfer photos so you can upload them to the web to share with friends.

  • Lomography Petzval Lens

    In the 19th century, the majority of photos were shot with an extremely popular lens called the Petzval. Photos using this lens were known for their crispness, strong color saturation, terrific swirly bokeh effect, artful vignettes, and narrow depth of field. Those same qualities are front and center for a new generation of photogs now, thanks to the Lomography Petzval Lens ($500). The reimagined gem will work with Canon EF and Nikon F mount cameras and might just be your new favorite portrait lens.