Nikon 1 V2 Camera

When Nikon's first 1 series cameras launched, they looked nice enough, but there also wasn't a ton of differentiation between them. That ends with the Nikon 1 V2 Camera ($900). Sporting a completely redesigned body, the V2 features a 14.2-megapixel sensor, an ergonomic grip, a new Command Mode Dial, a built-in flash, up to 15 fps still shooting thanks to the new Expeed 3A image processing engine, and 1080p video recording. Just remember: it's what the results look like, not the camera that took them.

  • Panasonic Lumix GH3 Camera

    Micro Four Thirds cameras take another step towards the big boys with the Panasonic Lumix GH3 Camera ($1,300). Panny's new flagship packs a host of high-end features into its relatively compact splash- and dust-proof body, including a new, 16 megapixel sensor with a standard ISO up to 12,800, a new contrast AF system, built-in Wi-Fi, a tiltable 3-inch touchscreen, an electronic OLED viewfinder, and 6 fps burst shooting. Most exciting for videographers will be the new ability to record 1080p video at a bit rate of up to 72Mbps, providing an astonishing level of detail.

  • 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.

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