Polaroid Pop Instant Camera

A true Polaroid reimagined for the digital age, the Polaroid Pop Instant Camera is the spiritual successor to the 600 series. It has a 20 megapixel CMOS sensor, image stabilization, and a dual LED flash for capturing images. It has built-in Wifi and Bluetooth and a big touchscreen, shoots 1080p video, and stores its images to a microSD card. But most importantly, it has a built-in Zink printer that outputs 3x4" images with the iconic border, resulting in 3.5x4.25" prints, the same size as their models sold long ago. It can also serve as a wireless printer for your other gear, and its curvy design is as approachable as the classic OneStep SX-70.

  • Chronos 1.4 High-Speed Camera

    Phantom cameras — and their competition — are amazing tools. They're also amazingly expensive. The Chronos 1.4 High-Speed Camera offers high-speed slow-motion at a fraction of the cost. It's powered by a 1280x1024 CMOS image sensor with a 1.4Gpx/s throughput, capable of capturing motion at 1,057 fps at full-res and going as high as 21,649 fps at lower resolutions. It has a touchscreen interface augmented by a handy jog wheel, is compatible with C and CS mount lenses out of the box, uses standard Nikon EN-EL4A batteries, and is available in both color and monochrome-only models.

  • Leica Hammertone M-A Camera

    Created to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the company's official shop in Vienna, the Leica Hammertone M-A Camera gives the venerable analog shooter a rugged new look. Both the camera body and the included Leica Meter MR-4 have been given a gray hammertone lacquered finish, while the included NOCTILUX-M 1:0.95/50mm ASPH lens has a silver finish inspired by the very first version of the Noctilux 1.2/50mm. Individually numbered and limited to just 25 examples.

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