Document your next adventure with these ready- for-anything gadgets.

By Nikki Ekstein
November 19, 2015

TomTom Bandit Action Camera

Post-production is a breeze with the TomTom Bandit, which pinpoints exciting moments based on factors like your heart rate and acceleration, and then lets you edit them with a foolproof app. $400.

Polaroid Cube+

Stylish and affordable, Polaroid's tiny Cube+ packs in both HD-quality video and Wi-Fi connectivity, so you can seamlessly transfer content to your phone for instant sharing. $149.

Garmin VIRB XE

The Garmin VIRB uses GPS technology to record speed, accel- eration, and vertical drop—so that you can show off your stats alongside footage of your first tracks. $400.

Sony X1000V 4K Action Cam

When barreling down the slopes, Sony's X1000V 4K Action Cam—which shoots in 4K, the best resolution out there—stabilizes your shots and reduces ambient sounds like rushing wind. It’s also waterproof and submersible up to 34 feet with a case. $500.

GoPro Hero4 Session

The latest from the action-cam pioneer is half the size of its forebears, with one-button controls and a dual mic system for better sound quality. A new app for the Apple Watch puts a remote viewfinder for the Hero4 Session right on your wrist. $300.