Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1 high-speed digital camera
Let's face it. The reason your digital pictures are rubbish has nothing to do with the number of megapixels in your camera.
Even if you had a 30MB camera, you'd still capture your wife blinking, your kids just after they made that spectacular catch or the dog before he even jumps to catch the Frisbee.
That's why the Casio EX-F1 is so revolutionary. When you snap a photo, the camera doesn't take one, but 60 frames in a single second: 30 frames in the half-second after you press the button, and, miraculously, 30 frames in the half-second before you pressed it.
Then, you can quickly scroll through those 60 frames, pick the perfect one and capture it for saving to the camera's storage.
Even the flash is fast; a secondary LED flash can keep up with that 60 frame-per-second rate. And video! How about shooting super slow-mo at 1200 frames per second?