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Nikon Keymission 360

Nikon are charging into the action camera market with the impressive 360-degree KeyMission 360! This is Nikonīs first ever action camera, and boy does it look good, it is a little larger than a GoPro, but the device has two lenses, not one, making it capable of shooting 360-degree video all in 4K UHD! It also uses Nikon’s Vibration Reduction technology to capture bright, crisp imagery with minimal camera shake, is waterproof up to 100ft/30m underwater, and stands up to dust, shock and low temperatures. Nikon expects to officially release KeyMission 360 in Spring 2016. watch the video below



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TITANIUM MOUSE | BY INTELIGENT DESIGN | Image

TITANIUM MOUSE | BY INTELIGENT DESIGN

This handcrafted titanium mouse sure has a eccentric design, made of plastic resin and high quality titanium, it features a scroll of stone giving you great precision and perfection at their fingertips. This stunning design comes at a high price though... available in either black or white....
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Leica TL

Leica have unveiled the TL, their new entry-level digital mirrorless camera. The Leica TL is the world’s first camera with a body made completely of aluminium, it features a 16-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 32GB internal storage, a 3.7-inch touchscreen, DNG RAW photos, 1080p video recording, 5fps continuous shooting, a built-in pop-up flash, an ISO range of 100 to 12500, Wi-Fi, the ability to create a mobile hotspot, and the use of a companion iOS/Android app as a re...
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GRIFFIN HELO TC HELICOPTER | CONTROLLED BY IPHONE | Image

GRIFFIN HELO TC HELICOPTER | CONTROLLED BY IPHONE

The well-known accessories brand for apple products, Griffin, decided to create a new "toy" that will surely make the delight of many people. The Helo TC, is a helicopter controlled remotely by an iDevice, such as an iPhone, iPod or iPad. It comes with a free application. The Helo does not use Wi-Fi like other similar products do, it uses a small radio transmitter that is embedded in a fixture that fits onto your device. Watch the awesome commercial video. via Gadge...
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