Canon EOS 6D Mark II Camera

When the original 6D launched in 2013, it was among the most affordable full-frame cameras available — but not without its drawbacks, including an underwhelming AF system and static screen. The Canon EOS 6D Mark II Camera addresses both of these concerns, and then some. It has the first fully-articulating screen on a Canon full-frame shooter, and pairs its 26.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with a speedy 45-point Cross-type AF system for excellent performance. Its DIGIC 7 image processor enables 6.5 fps shooting, and its dust- and water-resistant body lets you shoot in a variety of conditions.

  • Leica M 246 Jim Marshall Edition Camera

    Jim Marshall made his name making images of rock stars, and in the process became one himself — at least to those who follow photography. The Leica M 246 Jim Marshall Edition Camera honors that legacy. This exclusive set includes a Monochrom Typ 246 camera, decked out with matte brass components and paired with a matching Summilux-M 50 mm f/1.4 lens. Also in the box are a brown leather strap similar to the one Marshall used with his Leica M4, an archival print of "Thelonious Monk At Monterey Jazz Festival 1964", and a copy of Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival, both of the latter numbered and signed by his estate. Limited to just 50 sets, and available exclusively at North American Leica stores.

  • Nest Cam IQ

    You don't want to need your security camera footage — but if you do, the most important thing is that it identifies who's been in your home. The Nest Cam IQ does it better than most. Thanks to its six-core processor and 4K sensor, it can detect unfamiliar faces, zoom in on them, and follow them through the scene. It also recognizes familiar faces, so it can tell you when your kids get home from school, and also has a built-in speaker for scaring off intruders or telling your dog to get off the couch.

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