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Tiny1 Astronomy Camera

Plenty of cameras can take pictures of the night sky, but very few were actually built specifically for it. The Tiny1 Astronomy Camera pairs a sensor that's particularly good in low-light with advanced image processing to create striking images of stars, whole constellations, and planets in far less time than a traditional DSLR. It can also take time-lapse videos in 2.5K resolution, and should you have trouble finding a subject, it can show you where to point with its augmented reality, up-to-date star charts, shown on its 4.3-inch touchscreen. And unlike a DSLR, you can easily throw the Tiny in a pocket, making it far more convenient than your average star-gazing rig.

  • Unopened Leica KE-7A Camera

    The KE-7A is rare enough in itself — essentially an M4 clad in black chrome and sealed against dirt, it was built for the US military, and in very small numbers. So this Unopened Leica KE-7A Camera is even more unique. Still sealed in its original paper bag, the camera comes with an also-rare 50mm f/2.0 Eclan lens, as well as accessories like a lens hood, cap, case, strap, cable release, and the original manual. The only issue is having the willpower not to open it after it arrives.

  • Pulse Camera Remote

    Your camera might have Wi-Fi control. It might not. It doesn't really matter, because there's no chance it can match the features of the Pulse Camera Remote. This Bluetooth-based remote sits atop your camera's hot shoe and connects to it via USB, giving you an unprecedented level of control. It can do all the normal things, like set the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, take photos, and record video, and give you a preview of the image. But it also enables super-precise control over long exposures without the need to sit next to the camera, and has advanced timelapse features that let you ramp the ISO and shutter speed over time to match the changing natural light. Compatible with nearly every modern Canon or Nikon DSLR, as well as the Panasonic GH4.