Sony NEX-7 Camera

We've been generally impressed with the evolution of compact interchangeable lens cameras over the last year or so, but the Sony NEX-7 Camera ($1,200 and up) represents about as big a leap forward as we've yet seen. Packing a crazy 24.3 megapixel, APS HD CMOS sensor, it's capable of out-shooting most DSLRs, and also offers the latest Bionz image processor, an ISO range of 100-16,000, a shutter release lag of only 20 milliseconds, 10fps burst mode shooting, an integrated XGA OLED TruFinder viewfinder, a three-inch LCD display that tilts up to 90 degrees up or 45 degrees down, Full HD, 60p 1080 video recording, and, of course, a full compliment of Program, Aperture/Shutter Priority, and Manual shooting modes.

  • Phantom v1610 Camera

    What's that? 100 frames per second not slo-mo enough for you? How about 1,000? Really? Well, how about one million? That's what we thought. Okay, so the Phantom v1610 Camera ($100,000) can only reach that insane number by cranking the resolution down to an animated GIF-esque 128x16, but it can still take 720 HD video at a staggering 18,100 fps, or way faster than you'll need to properly capture your next Diet Coke and Mentos misadventure.

  • ColorWare Leica D-Lux 5 Camera

    Get all the image quality of a Leica with all the colorful fun of a Lomo cam with the ColorWare Leica D-Lux 5 Camera ($1,200; $400 if you mail yours in). Sporting the same features as the standard model — including a 10.1 megapixel sensor, fast f/2.0 lens, a 3.8x optical zoom, 720p video recording, OIS image stabilization, a three-inch LCD, and low-light prowess up to 12,800 ISO — it also lets you adorn the front, back, lens body, lens face, top, port door, hot shoe insert, and lens cap of its compact body in whatever colors you'd like, letting you create everything from a rainbow-colored disaster to the tastefully loud Uncrate-approved model pictured above.

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