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Viddy DIY Pinhole Camera

Yes, we know — the name sounds like a camcorder for kids. But while the Viddy DIY Pinhole Camera does take pictures, they're not of the moving variety. Assembly takes as little as 30 minutes and requires only stickers, split pins, and a small drop of glue, while the body is made from durable recycled cardboard and is screenprinted and die-cut by hand in the UK. Features include a precision, laser-cut pinhole, a red light-proof window, the ability to work with both 35mm and medium format film, and a companion app that will let you know how long you need to hold the shutter for a great exposure.

  • Leica M Edition 100 Set

    When you've been around for 100 years, you've seen a lot of changes — and if you're in the camera business, those include the switch from film to digital. Created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the venerable camera maker, the Leica M Edition 100 Set combines the best of both worlds, giving you a Leica M-A film rangefinder for analog photography and a Leica M Monochrom for gorgeous black and white digital photos. Included in the set are three prime Summilux-M lenses — 28, 35, and 50mm — and a special black anodized aluminum case from Rimowa. It's limited to just 101 sets worldwide, but tracking one down will likely be easier than paying for it.

  • 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.