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Aime | Automatic Tracking Camera Mount

AIMe is a new robotic device that mounts on a smartphone or video camera, it pans 360º, tilts 180º, and automatically follows and frames the subject. The automatic cameraman keeps track of a sensor you attach to the subject, recording every piece of action, keeping it perfectly framed. AIMe is waterproof and has a 450ft range. watch the video

AIMe will be available for purchase summer 2014.




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HERE ONE SMART EARPHONES | Image

HERE ONE SMART EARPHONES

The Here One are the first smart interactive earphones on the market. That´s how they´re dubbing them, the mandatory app that comes with it enables you to enhance a speech you´re hearing, to block unwanted sound (like an airplane engine), stream music from your smartphone, talk to Siri or use Google Now, even take calls. With state of the art tech, they´re obviously wireless and use Bluetooth connectivity to connect to your smart device. You may also tailor the soun...
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LOOP CAMERA SLING | BY LUMA | Image

LOOP CAMERA SLING | BY LUMA

The "Loop" by Luma is  the ultimate camera sling, an excelent option to carry your SLR Camera every you go. It has some handy acessories like the "Podmount" that allows you to easily connect your camera  to any tripod mount on a camera or lens. Check out their website for other cool acessories....
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LEICA Q

Leica Camera has announced the stunning new Leica Q, a full-frame, 24 megapixel digital camera with a fixed, 28mm f/1.7 Summilux lens sporting ultra-fast auto focus and full macro capability. The robust digital shooter features a beautiful aluminum and magnesium alloy frame assembled with outstanding craftsmanship, and also features a 3" touchscreen LCD, built-in Wi-Fi and the Leica Q-App for easy sharing of pictures, and is capable of shooting Full HD 1080p/60 vide...
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