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At first glance, this may appear to be just a toy, but the slingshot you see above is actually a digital camera. Users simply need to pull the elastic band back and fire away to capture images. There's a hidden USB port at the bottom to make transferring files a cinch. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Simply put, the Air Clicker is an ultra minimalistic camera, as it's essentially a Bluetooth enabled camera lens that's equipped with a motion-sensor shutter button mounted on two rubber bands. To take photos, simply use two fingers to perform a click gesture and the images are immediately sent to your smartphone. Continue reading to see the actual device.

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Taking photos and then transferring them to your computer is one thing, turning the images into rubber stamps is another. That's exactly what this device was designed to do, complete with its own dedicated ink pad. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a video of 10 life hacks you need to know for summer.

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Most digital cameras require quite a bit of user interaction, the IRIS does not. It's basically a camera that's been shrunk down to the size of a lens, and boasts biometric technology to boot. Once the camera identifies the person using it, their preferred settings for various scenes are automatically loaded (ISO, aperture, etc.). Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

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Don't you just hate taking pictures only to find out that the person / object you wanted got cropped out of the frame? Meet the "Take Frame" Camera. Simply remove the two halves and then use your fingers to frame a shot however you like. Continue reading for one more picture.

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Still think Apple should release a dedicated compact camera? Then the iLens may be just what you're looking for. According to its designer, the "dual lens system on the iLens provides you with an option to click with the 50mm prime lens on the main device." Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Boston-based inventor Steve Hollinger has unveiled Squito, a throwable gadget fitted with three panoramic cameras. As this device is thrown from one person to another, the built-in cameras take multiple airborne photos over the full course of the trajectory. It utilizes integrated orientation sensors to seamlessly stitch together multiple pictures to create a single panoramic aerial shot. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Introducing OpenReflex, the world's first fully-functional 3D-printed SLR camera, which features a mirror viewfinder, mechanical shutter, and even a custom mount ring that enables users to attach just about any lens. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a video of beatbox brilliance like you've never seen before.

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Thanks to the popularity of smartphones, more people are turning to their handsets for photography, but if you're still looking for a unique film camera, these may fit the bill. They range from one made from a human skull to a turtle shell camera. Continue reading to see them all.

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Panasonic's DMC-G5KK offers DSLR performance in a mirrorless (interchangeable lens) DSLM package, with a 16.05-megapixel Live MOS Sensor technology for crisp, noise-less pictures. Plus, it boasts a 920K-dot high-resolution LCD that rotates 180° to the side and tilts 270° up and down offers approx. 100% of field of view. More information. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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