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Gopro Hero4

It looks like the new GoPro action camera is almost here! Photography news website PetaPixel have the first full scoop on the GoPro HERO4. The new version of the popular action camera is expected to be released on October 8(no price info yet). Two models will be available, the HERO4 Black, and the HERO4 Silver, with two major features: 4K video recording at 30FPS and a convenient touch display! Audio capture is also improved, and for still images, you’ll be able to capture 12 megapixel photos at 30 frames per second. Apparently previous accessories will work with the new cameras.

Also check out this roundup with some of Our Favorite GoPro Accessories




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ZAGGMATE IPAD CASE AND KEYBOARD

The Ipad´s digital on-screen keyboard is a great advance in technology, but sometimes can leave something to be desired, especially if you have to write a long text. With that in mind "Zagg" have created the "Zaggmate keyboard", not only is it a portable keyboard but also a very sleek protective case. It has a very nice chrome Ipad-like finish to it. Check out the video....
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SHARKBANZ SHARK REPELLENT | Image

SHARKBANZ SHARK REPELLENT

Sharkbanz was developed so we wouldn’t have a real life Jaws experience in the open ocean. This device is a shark deterrent developed by two renowned shark experts and marine biologists, founders of the Shark Defense Institute. The innovative device is the result of more than 15 years of experiments and some serious science work, it produces a special magnetic field that deters sharks from coming near you because it causes strong and unpleasant stimuli to the shark´...
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FLOW WIRELESS CONTROLLER

Flow is a wireless, "Kinect-like" motion controller and dial that makes life a lot easier for digital creatives. Flow is an intuitive and precise shortcut to your favorite actions, you can use hand gesture controls for more than 30 of the most popular applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, Final Cut, AutoCAD or even Spotify. And if you´re a developer, you can build custom Flow interfaces for anything you want! watch the video...
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