If you just can't get enough of you, Panasonic has joined the recent parade mirrorless cameras marketed at selfie photographers. The Lumix GF7's Micro Four Thirds, 16-megapixel sensor will give you much nicer shots than your smartphone ever could without being a burden to haul around. Panasonic transformed the GF7 into a more classic-looking camera than the GF6 and managed to shave a few millimeters from the already-small form factor, too. The 3-inch, 1.04 million-dot screen switches to selfie mode as soon as it's flipped around, and built-in WiFi lets you activate the shutter via a smartphone. It's also nicely specced with 1920/60p video, 25,600 ISO and a 5.8 fps shooting speed. You'll be able to get one February 20th for $600, with a 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6 lens that's wide enough to capture you and at least several pals.