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GoPro Hero6

Here it is folks, the new GoPro Hero6! The world´s most popular action camera now features a new, GoPro-designed GP1 processor, which the company claims improves tonal range and low-light quality as well as super slo-mo capabilities, and extra power to speed up and smarten its QuikStories automated editing feature with face detection and more. It is now capable of shooting UHD 4K 2160/60p video, up from 30p, and 240fps fps in HD, up from 120fps. It also has improved image stabilization, digital zoom via touch, and more voice commands. The Hero6 looks identical to the Hero5 and has the same body as its predecessor, meaning its compatible with all the mounts, and that’s not a bad thing… watch the amazing video below



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NORTHERNER | BY AETHER APPAREL | Image

NORTHERNER | BY AETHER APPAREL

The Northerner is a modern take on the classic chore coat with updated styling and subtle technical details. There are multiple pockets for storage necessities, including an interior media chest pocket with an audio valve for headphones....
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ROOTSRATED APP

RootsRated is a new app created to connect people with the best outdoor experiences across the country. The beautifully designed app follows the success of the popular web version already being used by many lovers of outdoor recreation, it provides users with the best local trail runs, hiking trails, paddling routes, bike rides, camping spots, rock climbing & more, all curated by local activity experts that provide active locals and travelers with the most authe...
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KONOST FF

Konost is a new startup composed of engineers and designers passionate about photography, their beautiful Konost FF is a digital rangefinder that could very well challenge Leica. They state "Konost FF is the world´s first true digital rangefinder”, instead of using the traditional mechanical rangefinder, it uses electronics overlayed on an optical viewfinder. Although not yet available (expected in early 2016), we leave you with some specs: it will feature a aluminu...
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