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Wristcam Camera Apple Watch
Not just a random accessory, the Apple-certified Wristcam is essentially an Apple Watch band that comes equipped with two Sony camera sensors. There’s a 2-megapixel ‘self-facing’ camera that can record 1080p video and a second ‘world-facing’ camera records for 8-megapixel still images as well as 4K video. Simply launch the Wristcam app on your Watch to start live streaming video or use the live viewfinder to capture images / video, browse a gallery, and share your media.

DJI Pocket 2 Camera
The DJI Pocket 2 builds upon its predecessor in every way possible, starting with its integrated 3-axis gimbal that makes all of your footage smooth and visually appealing. Plus, its modular design, complete with a removable base plate, enables users to easily attach new accessories. You can either use it as a stand-alone stabilized camera paired to a mobile device with a dedicated phone connector or operate it remotely with wireless accessories for more control.

DJI RSC 2 Gimbal
For vloggers and content creators looking to take things to the next level, consider picking up a DJI RSC 2 handheld gimbal. At just 2.6-pounds, it can easily be folded down and stored in a backpack. Featuring an optional ActiveTrack 3.0, portrait-to-landscape one-touch fast switching, camera focus, shutter control, and the Titan Stabilization Algorithm with SuperSmooth. As a matter of fact, its motors are 50% more powerful than the Ronin-SC’s, complete with smoother, steadier movements.

Canon PowerShot Zoom Monocular
Whether it be hiking, bird watching or a sporting event, an imaging tool that lets you see the action up-close could come in handy. Introducing the Canon PowerShot ZOOM, which is claimed to be the company’s first telephoto monocular. Featuring 100mm, 400mm and 800mm telephoto viewing capability with a one-touch switch, this monocular comes equipped with instant zoom for viewing things afar.

Xiaomi Under-Display Smartphone Camera
One thing many smartphones still have are unsightly notches, but Xiaomi will definitely change that in the near future. This week they unveiled their third-generation under-display camera technology, and it’s better than ever. Users will now be able to experience the front display in its entirety, thanks to a custom pixel arrangement and optimized camera algorithm that offer the same performance as normal selfie cameras.