Samsung Gear 360 VR Camera

Sporting an eyeball-like design and a camera on either side, the Samsung Gear 360 VR Camera makes capturing 360-degree footage and stills a snap. It connects to the S7 and S7 Edge over Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, letting them serve as both viewfinders and editors, the latter necessary to make anything out of what it captures. And it captures a surprising amount, thanks to 15 megapixel sensors with f/2.0 lenses that provide 195-degree fields of view, giving the stitching algorithm 15 degrees of overlap to play with. The result is 3840 x 1920 video and 30 megapixel stills that look solid on your phone, in a browser, or, ideally, inside a VR headset.

  • Panasonic Lumix GF8 Camera

    Selfies aren't going anywhere, no matter whether you love or hate them. The Panasonic Lumix GF8 is designed to make yours better. Its flip-up screen lets you get your framing perfect, while new retouching tools let you fix wrinkles, blackheads, and other imperfections with softening, defocusing, and slimming effects. It's also good for taking real photographs, with a 16 megapixel micro four-thirds sensor, speedy AF, and 25,600 maximum ISO. Available in silver, brown, pink, or orange, it has built-in Wi-Fi, and comes with 100GB of Google Drive space for storing all those self-portraits.

  • Sony a6300 Camera

    As the direct replacement for the beloved a6000, the Sony a6300 Camera has some high expectations to meet. And it does so with ease. Most notably, it has what Sony claims is the "world's fastest autofocus", with an acquisition time as little as 0.05 seconds. The speed is made possible by a ridiculous 425 phase detection AF points packed densely across its 24.2 megapixel sensor. It has a large sensitivity range, from ISO 100 to 51,200, and thanks to the BIONZ X image processor, it can shoot at speeds up to 11 fps and record 4K video in Super 35mm format.

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