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Apple Icam | By Antonio Derosa

A few months ago we featured the amazing WVIL camera, by many considered the future of digital photography. This is another very good looking concept, iCam is the vision of Italian designer Antonio DeRosa, the idea is to have a device that attaches to the iPhone 5, which then allows the user to have a camera with interchangeable lenses. The device would also feature a front-touch screen and a projector. Would be great if apple picked up on this and made it reality. Watch the video



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RICOH WG-M1 ACTION CAMERA | Image

RICOH WG-M1 ACTION CAMERA

Ricoh have entered the crowded action camera market with the very rugged looking WG-M1, ideal for the adventure seeker. Designed to be waterproof to a depth of 32 feet, shock-resistant, and coldproof to temperatures as low as -10°C, the Ricoh WG-M1 is ready to face the elements. The action camera features a 160 degree lens, a 14 megapixels CMOS sensor, and Full HD video recording (1920 x 1080 pixels, H.264 and 30p). It has a choice of four viewing angle settings: Br...
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CLIMBING ROPE CAMERA STRAPS

Topo Designs are known for their innovative use of technical materials and their made-by-hand way of doing things, their gear has made its way into many of our adventures over the years and has never let us down. Their cool camera straps are made from heavy duty climbing rope and are durable, lightweight, and available in four lively colors: yellow, maroon, green and blue, for only $29 at Topo´s online shop. After you pick one up make sure to take a lo...
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NAT GEO VIEW

National Geographic needs no introduction, since 1888, they’ve traveled the Earth, sharing their breathtaking stories and the world, through the eyes of their amazing photographers. Now the famous publication have introduced the Nat Geo View app, a new daily digest, featuring the days best pictures, stories, and videos. Every day, 5 small articles land on your mobile phone, and if that is not enough for your appetite, the app gives access to the the last seven days ...
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