Night vision, you say? The Nikon D3S, which the company unmasked today, is a pro-level D-SLR built around an entirely new 12-megapixel CMOS sensor that allegedly works well past twilight.
The D3S's sensor has expanded ISO sensitivity up to 102,400 (that's quadruple that of its older sibling, the Nikon D3), which means seriously low-light shooting. In fact, Nikon claims ISO 102.4K can pick up details you'd miss with the naked eye. (Too bad it can't see through walls, though.)
Last weekend, while PopSci'sofficial natural-gas-powered Civic, was busy being photographed by Honda, some friends and I took the Acura RDX that Honda gave us as a temporary replacement on a ski trip in the Catskill Mountains. The RDX is a sleek, turbocharged SUV, and considering that the nicest car I had driven previously was probably my rusty '89 Corolla, I naturally felt like I was driving some sort of space vehicle.