Nikon D810


Already a monster of a camera, Nikon is releasing a new full-frame DSLR, the D810. Even with the 36 megapixel sensor, Nikon has manage to squeeze out even more image quality and performance to create one of its most versatile camera bodies in the lineup.

At the core of the camera is their new EXSPEED 4 image processor that is 30% faster than the previous chip and supports a wider ISO range from 64 to 12,800 and can shoot upto 1200 images or 40 minutes of video. It also features 1080p/60 video recording, 12-bit uncompressed RAW, 5 fps continuous shooting in full-frame, and a large 3.2 inch 1229k-Dot display. The Nikon D810 will hit shelves in late July.

$3,299, Amazon

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Hard Graft Re-Process and Instant Camera Straps


Hard-Graft has got two new camera strap options for you today. One has got everything you could possibly need in a strap and the other is a beautifully simple and no nonsense solution to that ugly out of the box strap you get with every camera.

The Re-Process Strap is a versatile strap that works great with just about any camera. It's made from their signature vegetable-tanned leather and felt combo with a non-slip design and lots of adjustability. You can also switch it up from a shoulder/neck strap to a handle when you want a more compact load. Their Instant Camera Strap is the simple and clean replacement, well crafted leather and wool that perfectly complements any camera whether it's a new mirrorless or a vintage Polaroid.

$127-$166, Hard Graft


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Peak Design Clutch


If you're a trigger happy photographer that likes to keep his finger on the shutter at all times, Peak Design's new Clutch wrist strap may just be your new best friend.

Aiming to build the ultimate wrist strap, the Clutch was designed from the ground up to be incredibly versatile and easy to use. Compared to rival products, the strap fixes a number of issues including adjustability that lets you easily loosen the strap to access camera controls and quickly tighten to secure the camera to your hand. It also is compatible with their Anchor Link connectors that allow you to remove the strap when you're not using it and even swap in their new and compatible camera strap. The Clutch is available for funding on Kickstarter and has already largely exceeded its goal.

$30, Kickstarter

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Panasonic Lumix FZ1000


Panasonic's new Lumix FZ1000 is the ideal camera for those of you who want it all and then some. The camera is capable of shooting 4K at 30 frames per second and that bazooka of a F/2.8-4.0 Leica lens is a massive zoom and can extend up to 400mm to help you get that shot no matter how far you are from your subject.

Spec-wise the camera is powered by a 1-inch 20.1 megapixel sensor and can shoot images with minimal noise up to ISO 12800 (extended ISO 25600). Other features include the ability to capture 8 Megapixel screen grabs from your 4K footage, faster Auto-Focus than the previous generation, and integrated WiFi and NFC connectivity that lets you control your camera and shoot remotely from your smartphone.

$900, Amazon

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Leica Soft Releases


Don't have a soft release on that shiny new M you just purchased? Leica continues to celebrate its 100th anniversary and their latest release is a collection of their very own limited edition collection of soft release buttons.

Only 1,000 of the buttons will be produced and come in four styles and two sizes. Staying true to their heritage, each button has a painted brass finish and comes in your choice of Leica's logo in red or silver, the 100th anniversary logo, and the Leica M. The buttons also come with a screw mount for wearing on your jacket.

$65, Leica

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Lomo'instant Camera


Lomography is bringing out a new instant camera that's sure to be a big hit with all you photo filter addicts. The new Lomo'instant Camera gives you much more control over your shots versus traditional instant cameras. The camera has three shooting modes, multiple exposure capability, long exposures, color gel filters, interchangeable lenses, and compatibility with the widely available Fuji Instax Mini instant film. The camera is quickly reaching its funding goal on Kickstarter and has a shipping target of November 2014.

$69 (Early Bird Launch), Kickstarter

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Leica M 100 Edition


Leica is celebrating their 100th year with a very special set, a Leica M 100 Edition that includes a Leica Monochrom and their new film camera, the Leica M-A. It will also include the new 28mm f/1.4, 35mm, 50mm Summilux lenses. The set comes inside a custom Rimowa suitcase and is limited to 101 editions.


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Sony RX100M3


One of the most robust point-and-shoots gets even better as Sony unveils the latest iteration of its RX100, the RX100M3. The new version keeps the 20.2 Megapixel sensor from the previous generation and and adds a whole new 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens, a pop-up EVF with a 1.4 million dot OLED display, built-in ND filter, and all the features from the previous gen model such as 10 fps shooting, NFC, built-in Wi-Fi, and a tilting LCD display. Did we mention it has an EVF?


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Nikon 1 J4


It may not have the larger, APS-C sensors as its rivals, but for what it lacks in sensor size the Nikon 1 J4 makes up for in speed. That's not to say the J4 isn't well equipped, the camera is as fast as the flagship model with the ability to shoot at 20 fps at full resolution. The camera packs a 1" 18.4 Megapixel sensor, 1080/60p HD video, and built-in Wi-Fi.

$600-$1,050, Amazon

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Sony A77 II


Sony's new A77 II takes it up a notch with a big focus on speed and accuracy. The 24.3 Megapixel DSLR features a 79 point phase detection AF system to help you get all those shots in focus and a burst mode of 12 fps practically guarantees you won't miss any of the action. The camera also features an OLED EVF, 3" tilting LCD, magnesium body, dust and moisture-resistant sealing, and built-in NFC and WiFi.


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