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Astropad

Watch out Wacom! Astropad is an ingenious idea that lets you turn your iPad into a professional drawing tablet! Designed by two former Apple engineers, Astropad is a software that is compatible with most styluses and any Mac app including Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. Astropad uses an innovative new technology called LIQUID, resulting in amazing image quality and responsiveness never before seen. What you see on your iPad is the same as on your Mac in real time. You can also customize your shortcuts and connect wirelessly or via USB. watch the video



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ExoLens Zeiss Lenses

Exolens Zeiss Lenses gives your iPhone a photo boost quality wise. There´s no doubt that Zeiss know their stuff, they´ve been developing lenses for almost 200 years… so if you want to give your Apple phone a professional photo kick this is the way to do it. The kit includes aspherical lenses, normally used only on DSLR models, because they´re expansive to make and complex to build, but this kit seems to have nailed it and Exolens really takes quality to another leve...
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BEELINE

Beeline aims to make city cycling navigation a simple task. Developed by the London based design studio Map, its simplicity is what really stands out. Featuring a round plastic encased device, much like a regular compass, with a paper based LCD display that shows several features such as the direction you have to go (simply follow the rounded arrow on the display), speed, the remaining distance to get to your destination, and more. You control it with the included a...
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FUJIFILM X-T10

If you´re a fan of the retro looking, and popular Fujifilm X-T1, but can´t afford the price tag, the latest release Fujifilm X-T10 could be the camera for you. The equally gorgeous X-T10 also offers the retro looks and most of the features on its older sibling, but at less than half the price. The compact and lightweight camera is even smaller than the X-T1, and features a APS-C X-Trans 16.3 megapixel, a new 2.36M-dot organic EL electronic viewfinder, built-in WiFi,...
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