The Sony Alpha a6000 introduces the world’s fastest autofocus system that Sony claims will lock onto to your subject in just 0.06 seconds. It features a 24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, and is capable of 11 shots per second and captures 1080p video at 60 and 24 frames per second. Other goodies include smartphone remote control and the ability to share your images via NFC and Wi-Fi.

The Sony NEX 6 wins my personal camera of the year award. I own a point and shoot camera. Have been wanting to upgrade to a DSLR. This camera for me combines the functionality and quality of a DSLR in a smaller more portable body.

Snappgrip, as the name suggests, is a snap-on camera controller for your smartphone that can control your shutter, zoom, and shooting mode. It works wirelessly over low-energy Bluetooth and companion app to give your phone the feel of a traditional camera. You can also add special lenses (sold separately), such as fisheye, macro, micro, and telephoto to turn your device into a true photo powerhouse. ($70)

The Snappgrip is an accessory that adds physical camera controls, a tripod mount, and comfy handling to your iPhone.

The Kodak PixPro SL10 and SL25 are self-contained lens-style cameras that have everything needed to take and store images, while using your iOs or Android smartphone as the viewfinder. The SL10 includes a 10x optical zoom, 1080p video, 28-280mm wide angle lens, and optical image stabilization (OIS). The SL25 adds 25x optical zoom and a 24mm ultra-wide-angle lens. They will both be available in spring 2014. ($200+)

JK Imaging has announced the Kodak PixPro and a pair of new smart lens cameras which are designed to be used with your smartphone, and look a lot like the Sony QX offerings.

Weighing in at a third of a pound, the Samsung NX Mini Camera is the world’s smallest and lightest interchangeable lens camera. The only area it’s not light in is performance. The NX Mini boasts a 20.5MP BSI CMOS Sensor, three available lenses, and a 3″ flip-up touchscreen. The screen flips to 180-degrees to help capture the perfect selfie. And with NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities, sharing across multiple social networks is a breeze.

Weighing in at a third of a pound, the Samsung NX Mini Camera is the world's smallest and lightest interchangeable lens camera. The only area it's not light in

Nikon’s 1 series has bolstered up its offerings with the new V3. The compact interchangeable lens camera boosts up performance with an 18 MP sensor and new image processing chip that can shoot continuously at up to 20 fps with autofocus. The 1080/60p movie mode can shoot 120 fps slow-motion video at 720p, and its built in WiFi keeps this camera socially active. The V3 also sports a tilting 3-inch touchscreen LCD, and looks to be available in April. ($1200)

The Nikon 1 is a compact interchangeable lens digital camera that features built-in Wi-FI, 20 fps continuous shooting, Full HD video and much more.

The 360Fly Camera films in 360 degrees horizontally, and 240 degrees vertically, capturing the entirety of everything around you. With the native iOS and Android apps, you are capable of viewing and editing video as it is captured in realtime, and sharing through various social networks. The camera doesn’t come out until the summer, but attachments for helmets, tripods, bikes, boards, and more are already in the works. ($TBA)

The Camera films in 360 degrees horizontally, and 240 degrees vertically, capturing the entirety of everything around you. With the native iOS and

#Photogs are salivating at Nikon’s new flagship D4S. Equipped with their EXSPEED 4 image processing, an enhanced autofocus system, and 11 fps continuous shooting at full resolution this camera is built for pure speed. The #Nikon #D4S is actually 30% faster than it’s predecessor, the D4. Also, with a specially designed 16.2MP FX-format CMOS image sensor and IOS range that can reach a mind-boggling 409,600, it was engineered to collect more light and render higher image quality. ($6,500)

Photogs are salivating at Nikon's new flagship Equipped with their EXSPEED 4 image processing, an enhanced autofocus system, and 11 fps continuous shooting

Bearing resemblance to your childhood Viewmaster, The Poppy iPhone 3D Camera uses mirrors and optics to capture two images from slightly different angles that your brain combines to make 3D images. Share your videos straight to Youtube and Flickr to allow other Poppy viewers to experience your 3D creation.

Poppy turns iPhones into cameras to allow users to add originality to their captured moments.

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