Fujifilm XF1 Camera

Fuji continues its retrolicious roll with the Fujifilm XF1 Camera ($500). This compact point-and-shoot features a 2/3-inch 12 Megapixel EXR CMOS sensor, a newly-developed wide-angle f/1.8 lens with 4x optical zoom, optical image stabilization, a 3-inch LCD, full manual controls, and, of course, fantastic vintage styling that's far beyond most modern designs.

  • Sony NEX-5N Camera

    And the bettle between DSLRs and pocketable cameras rages on. The Sony NEX-5N Camera ($500) is the latest pocket-friendly, interchangeable lens camera to vie for the hearts and dollars of more advanced shooters. Features include a 16MP APS-C sensor, full HD 1080/60p video recording, burst shooting of up to 10 fps, a tiltable 3-inch touchscreen LCD, the BIONZ image processor, and a shutter release lag of 0.02 seconds, which the company claims is the world's shortest.

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  • Diana Baby Camera

    Remember 110 film? You know, the kind that came in a plastic canister and always seemed to be used inside stretched out cameras? Well, it's back, and powers the far more traditionally-shaped Diana Baby Camera ($50). This diminutive camera comes equipped with a 24mm lens, slips easily into a pocket, and — as mentioned above — takes nearly-square 110 film, making it a sort of budget analogue Instagram cam.

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