Nikon D850 Camera

Professional performance, smaller size. Borrowing some tricks from the flagship D5, the Nikon D850 Camera is ideal for everything from portraits to sports. It packs a backside-illuminated 45.7-megapixel full-frame sensor paired with an Expeed 5 processing engine to deliver seven fps performance alone, or up to nine fps with the optional battery grip. It tackles low light with a maximum ISO of 102,400, uses the same fantastic 153-point AF system as the D5, has a tilting touchscreen for framing at odd angles, and 4K video shooting with an option for 8K time-lapses. As an added boon for product photographers, it also has a Focus Shift mode that can automatically grab as many as 300 shots at different focus intervals to create amazingly deep stacked images.

  • Waylens Secure360 Automotive Camera

    Like a Nest Cam for your car, the Waylens Secure360 Automotive Camera promises to keep your wheels secure, whether you're driving or not. While in motion, it acts like a supercharged dash cam, capturing footage in every direction thanks to its seven-element aspherical lens. When you park, it uses a mix of radar, an accelerometer, and GPS to detect unusual events, automatically turning itself on and recording when it senses something strange. If you opt for the 4G model, you'll also get real-time alerts, and the ability to stream your video feed in real-time, but both the 4G and Wifi models will keep your car safer than your average forward-facing cam.

  • Paralenz Dive Camera

    Plenty of cameras offer the ability to shoot underwater. Few of them were developed with divers in mind, and none match the convenience of the Paralenz Dive Camera. Most notable among its features is the depth-controlled color correction that automatically fixes the colors in the video based on the depth at which you're diving — no more green-tinted footage. It also senses depth and temperature and can overlay that information in your 4K videos. Its cylindrical, 161g body is made from military-grade aluminum and polycarbonate, giving it a depth rating of 200 meters, and built-in Wifi makes it a snap to share your latest aquatic adventure once you're back above the surface.

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