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Sony RX100 V

Sony´s king of point-and-shoots gets even better! The new Sony RX100 V can shoot an insane 24 RAW images per second for 150 shots! The impressively capable pocket-sized shooter features a new image processor, a built-in RAM chip and larger buffer to speed things up. An improved AF system also boosts its speed to give it the fastest auto-focus on the market. Though it has the same 20.1-megapixel resolution and one-inch size, the compact camera is able to record UHD 4K video at 30/24 fps for up to 5 minutes. You also get the integrated EVF, built-in WiFi, built-in ND filter, and a flip-up screen. watch the video below

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BOOMCASE

Boomcase is a rechargeable vintage suitcase boombox handmade in California. Each Boomcase is made with repurposed vintage suitcases, and can play music for over 10 hours on a single charge. All feature a battery meter, aux input, volume control, power switch, usb charging port and power port. Simply plug your phone, iPhone, iPod, computer or music instrument and rock on! [scouted by Freddy]...
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CLIMBING ROPE CAMERA STRAPS

Topo Designs are known for their innovative use of technical materials and their made-by-hand way of doing things, their gear has made its way into many of our adventures over the years and has never let us down. Their cool camera straps are made from heavy duty climbing rope and are durable, lightweight, and available in four lively colors: yellow, maroon, green and blue, for only $29 at Topo´s online shop. After you pick one up make sure to take a lo...
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ELBOW CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER

This interesting concept will take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane. Elbow is a clip-on cassette player (similar to the tonearm of a vinyl record player) that snaps onto a cassette tape, grabs the cassette’s spools in its elbow arms, and sits against the exposed magnetic tape. You can then turn the device left to play the cassette and turn up the volume, or turn right to fast-forward the tape. Audio is output via a standard 3.5mm headphone plug, and it featu...
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