GoPro Hero 3

Want the best action camera yet? You're looking at it. The new GoPro Hero 3 ($200-$400) continues the legendary line with three new models. While the base White Edition — 5MP still capture with 3 fps burst, 30fps 1080p video — and mid-range Silver — 11MP stills with 10 fps burst — are nice, the really exciting one is the Black Edition. While it's not actually black, it does offer the ability to record 4K footage — albeit at a paltry 15 fps — 60 fps 1080p recording, 120 fps at 720p quality, 12MP stills with 30 fps burst, and pro-level low-light performance. In addition, all three models come with a waterproof housing and offer built-in Wi-Fi and compatibility with the GoPro App — but only the Black Edition includes a dedicated Wi-Fi remote.

  • Contour+2 Camera

    Not content with simply recording video of your adventures? The Contour+2 Camera ($400) has your back. In addition to 1080p video recording, it features built-in GPS for adding overlays with speed, elevation, and distance, Bluetooth for previewing your shot from your smarpthone, a locking instant on-record switch, slow-motion recording of 120 fps in 480p, and an included waterproof case. Creating compelling content? That's up to you.

  • Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX1 Camera

    Up until now, full-frame sensors have been the province of professional DSLRs — heavy, expensive, and bulky, but capable of capturing the best images possible. The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX1 Camera ($2,800) is out to change all that. While it might cost as much as a DSLR, it packs a 24.3 megapixel, 35mm full-frame sensor into a highly portable body that weighs just over a pound and is roughly the size of a deck of cards. Other features include a fixed 35mm f/2.0 Carl Zeiss lens, an ISO range of 50-102,400, a BIONZ processing engine, plenty of physical manual controls, and, of course, Full HD video recording. Arriving this November.

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