One of only 50 ever produced — number 23, to be exact — this Leica M9-P White Edition Camera is as exclusive yet stylish a shooter as you'll find. Amazingly, it's prior owner only shot 360 photos with it, so there's basically zero wear on its 18 megapixel full-frame sensor and shutter. The rest of the set, including the body, Noctilux lens, metal body cap, rear lens cap, and matching white leather strap, is in similarly pristine condition, with only a nick in the front lens cap providing a hint of its used nature. Not to worry though, as they're throwing in a brand new one at no extra charge.
Based on the original half-frame PEN-F SLR from 1963, the new Olympus Pen-F Camera takes this classic design and updates it for the digital age. It has a 20 megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, thus retaining compatibility with the company's impressive range of lenses while features like 5-axis image stabilization and the TruePic VII processor provide sharp images and quick focusing. There's also a 2.36 million-dot OLED viewfinder with 100% field of view and manual controls, so you can use it like a vintage rangefinder, built-in Wi-Fi, and a 3-inch articulating monitor that hides away when you're not using it, yet works as an AF targeting pad when you are. All of this is housed in a classic body with magnesium top and front covers, joined by the aluminum dials and bottom plate.
You're not going to mistake it for one of the company's vintage rangefinders, but the Leica X-U Camera can do several things those can't — like shoot underwater. Developed in collaboration with Audi Design, this 16.5 megapixel APS-C shooter is waterproof down to 49 feet, and is also shockproof and sealed against dust. It achieves this by pairing its CMOS sensor with a fixed f/1.7 23mm lens, and by placing the rear buttons underneath the anti-slip thermoplastic elastomer coating that covers the majority of the body. Other features include a 3-inch monitor, built-in flash, and a dedicated underwater mode.
Big capabilities. Pocket-friendly size. The new Fujifilm X70 Camera offers an advanced sensor the size of most DSLRs in a package that you can take with you anywhere. At 16.3 megapixels, the X-Trans CMOS II sensor captures outstanding detail even in low light, and is paired with a Fujinon 18.5mm, f/2.8 lens, the 35mm equivalent of 28mm glass. There's a speedy AF system with 77 points for tracking movement, a silent electronic shutter capable of 1/32,000 second exposures, built-in Wi-Fi for instant sharing or printing via an Instax Printer, and a 3-inch touchscreen display that rotates up to 180 degrees, making shots from different angles — including selfies — a breeze.
If you have a family, you likely take a lot of pictures of them. Unfortunately, that also means you're missing out on the moment, stuck behind the camera (or phone). The Kiba Family Camera lets you enjoy those moments with your family while still getting the shot. It takes 13 megapixels stills and shoots 1080p video, and uses a custom "Joy Ranking Algorithm" to pick the best shots and clips from each day, uploading them automatically to the cloud. You can also start the camera via voice command or schedule a time for recording, but most of the time it just works on its own — exactly how you'd want it.