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Camera Straps | By Hard Graft

Our favorite leather crafters Hard Graft, have been adding some stylish camera straps to their faultless line of camera accessories. The straps are crafted using rich, premium and highly resourceful materials and are available in several styles and formats to satisfy your needs and camera requirements, from a traditional hang camera strap, to an instant camera strap, or a hold camera handle. The elegant and versatile straps are beautifully crafted with Hard Graftīs renown craftsmanship skills and attention to detail. Check out their website for the full collection.



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SAMSUNG GEAR 360 | Image

SAMSUNG GEAR 360

Samsung Gear 360 aims to charter new territory by hopping on to the most recent image category: the 360š cameras. This new device uses a dual lens system that features a 15MP sensor on each one of them, capturing high quality stills and video images. Itīs small and portable, and you can pair it with the S7 and S7 edge series and enjoy its full potential with the VR headset. Itīs also dust and splash resistant so youīll be able to take it with you on your outdoor adv...
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PHILIPS SOUNDSHOOTER | WIRELESS PORTABLE SPEAKER | Image

PHILIPS SOUNDSHOOTER | WIRELESS PORTABLE SPEAKER

After the success of the Shoqbox portable speaker, Philips have released a new rugged, wireless portable speaker, the SoundShooter. It is kind of a little brother to the Shoqbox, it also features Bluetooth wireless streaming, built-in microphone for hands-free phone calls, and the ability to stream music from up to 30 feet away, plus the always handy carabiner for clipping to a belt or bag, ideal for outdoor activities....
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IMPOSSIBLE I-1 INSTANT CAMERA | Image

IMPOSSIBLE I-1 INSTANT CAMERA

The I-1 is the first new camera for the original Polaroid instant photo format in over 20 years. Developed by Impossible Project, the easy-to-use point and shoot instant camera prints photos using Impossible Project 600-type film (reverse-engineered from Polaroids now-discontinued 600-type offering). The camera is paired to an app where you can take full photographic control of aperture, flash and shutter speed, plus experiment with creative tools like light paintin...
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