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Exolens

Exolens is a new offer on the market for all iPhone 6 photo buffs that just need more to fully explore their Apple device´s potential. Featuring professional grade lenses that include a 165 wide-angular and a 3x telephoto for more dynamic shots, Exolens comes with an aluminum machined bracket that has a soft lining to fit perfectly on the iPhone and make sure it won´t scratch its surface. The integrated mount enables you attach a tripod or other handling accessories that will take your iPhone on to a whole nother level of image production. Nowadays, smartphone picture taking is at a very high level of quality, Exolens just brings on some extra features to the table.

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NIKON D7000

This has been around since October, we´ve been hearing such great things about this camera we thought we would feature it here. The Nikon D7000 really is an upgrade for Nikon D90 and Nikon D300S users, it features a high resolution 16.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor, Dynamic ISO range from 100 to 6400, and can record breathtaking full 1080p HD movies. Read an extensive review here....
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IXPAND FLASH DRIVE

The new iXpand Flash Drive by SanDisk lets you easily move photos and videos between your iPhone, iPad, PCs and Mac computers! This simple solution solves a problem that many have, the lightning and USB connectors make it a snap to move pictures and videos between devices. iXpand is also fast, it promises over 3x the transfer speed of other drives, and can be set up to automatically copy photos and videos from the camera roll to the drive when connected. watch the v...
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KANO | DIY COMPUTER KIT

The most crowdfunded learning invention of all time is now available for pre-order. Kano is an "Ikea-style” kit that allows children of all ages to build a computer from scratch. The DIY computer and coding kit lets everyone from grade school kids to adults build a computer, make games and music, learn to code and invent something new(features open-source software). Kits are described as "simple as Lego" and are expected to ship worldwide in July 2014. w...
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