For aspiring pros. Canon’s first full–frame mirrorless camera ($3,600) has a 30–megapixel sensor that produces the same crisp photos as larger flagship DSLRs.
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For spontaneous snappers. The 1970s instant camera (US$140, Polaroid) has received a 21st–century upgrade. Try out the light painting mode and draw lines or letters over evening shots using a smartphone flashlight.
For urban explorers. A retro design contrasts with this compact model’s ($1,800, Fujifilm) cutting–edge technology: The 26.1–megapixel sensor and wide–angle lens render images with the character of film photography.