Digital Cameras

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Sony A5000 Camera

To the layman, the Sony A5000 is a cool looking, interchangeable lens mirrorless digital camera with a 3" LCD screen, 1080p video, 20.1Mp sensor and built-in NFC Wi-Fi. But if you're a layman you're probably not spending $600 on a camera, so we're going to geek out a little bit on the specs. In no particular order, ... continue reading
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theQ Camera

If you don't want to fill up your phone's storage with a billion pictures, theQ Camera could be your new photo-snapping wingman. It's got built-in 3G which allows you to automatically upload your shots to whatever social media sites you wish and store everything you shoot online. One of the neat little features is ... continue reading
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PENTAX Q7

Not only do we want our pictures to stand out, but we want our camera to do so as well. Problem is, the DSLR market isn't exactly flooded with variety. The PENTAX Q7 is changing that. The small and lightweight interchangeable lens camera is also customizable. You select the color of the body along with the color of ... continue reading
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Ricoh GR

Chances are you're gonna drop a pretty penny if you're in the market for a new camera. Whether you're looking for a point-and-shoot or a DSLR, you basically pay for quality. So it just makes sense that you'll want to save a couple of bucks when you can while not sacrificing quality. This is the reason we're excited ... continue reading
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Canon Rebel SL1

Toting around a DSLR can be cumbersome. They're bulky, heavy, and don't exactly fit in your pocket. Problem is, good ones take mighty fine pictures that you just won't get with a point-and-shoot. Canon feels your pain. The Rebel SL1 is the smallest (4.6 x 3.6 x 2.1 inches) and lightest (14.1 ounce body) DSLR on the ... continue reading
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Nikon Coolpix A

If you were to drop a cool thou on a point-and-shoot pocket camera, some many would call you crazy. Things are starting to change, however, and carrying around a bulky DSLR might not be the only option to consider when you're shelling out that kind of cash. The Nikon Coolpix A is crammed with a DSLR-sized DX-format ... continue reading
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Autographer Camera

Photographing something cool that's happening in our lives usually plays out like this: 1. Notice awesome thing. 2. Grab camera. 3. Snap picture. The problem here is step two. Unless you're randomly snapping pictures while you walk, you're going to miss the spontaneity of the moment you want to capture and you'll ... continue reading
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Fujifilm XF1

You have two options when you want to buy a retro looking camera. You could, you know, actually buy an old camera, or you can shell out the cash for a nice Leica or something similar. Thanks to Fuji, you can now get a sweet looking camera like your pops used to use in an affordable point-and-shoot package. Along with ... continue reading
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Canon EOS 6D

With Canon unveiling the world's smallest, lightest and cheapest full-frame DSLR ever, the gauntlet has been thrown down at Nikon's feet. Now, "cheap" is a relative term, the EOS 6D will still set you back over two grand, but if you're in the market, the new Canon should be the go-to. It's got built in WiFi (so ... continue reading