Our Favourite Gadgets May/June 2013

It's time for our regular update on the best new gadgets. We'll show you who makes the best camera bags, running shoes, DSLR alternatives and more.

For the full list of Gizmodo favourites, head over to the complete Best Gadgets.

Best Mirrorless Camera Bag This is a terrific camera bag. Sure, it looks a bit corporate, but it's shockingly functional, with lots of varying storage with sublime structural integrity. Perhaps the best part is the zipper on top that gives immediate access to your camera without even having to tear at any velcro. The Tenba is larger than the others we tried out. We even comfortably carried a 5D Mark III with a lens. If you don't mind that bit of extra girth, it's an all-around delight. More »

The Best DSLR Alternative With the DSC-RX1, Sony fused compact and full-frame (two polar opposites) in a collision of photo-epic proportions. You get a compact camera with a full-frame 24-megapixel CMOS sensor and non-removable 35mm f/2.0 Carl Zeiss lens. It costs — get ready — $2800. So while it's too expensive for absolutely anyone — save the vastly wealthy — to consider, the feeling of capturing such unabashedly great looking images with such a tiny camera is wondrous. More »

The Best Workout Aide I know what you're thinking and no, the Under Armour Armour39 is not another sportswear company entering the wearable tech arena to cash in on all of you suckers. This is different, and that's a good thing. It's not an activity tracker, like a FuelBand or Fitbit, but an electronic performance aide that tells you how hard you're working when you're working it out. More »

The Best Minimal Running Shoe These shoes are great for helping you maintain good form. The flatness of the shoe, plus the way it hugs your foot and lets you spread your toes really lets you feel the ground below you, and it allows you to make little micro-adjustments when you feel something is a little off. Other minimalist shoes do that too, but these do it better. More »

The Best LED Torch The M3X is shaped like a normal torch light but much skinnier than similar-length Mag Lights, measuring just 2.5 inches in diameter. This light has a big, beautiful beam bright enough to illuminate a wall 15m away in broad daylight and a maximum range of about 500m at night. More »

For the full list of Gizmodo favourites, head over to the complete Best Gadgets.

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