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Panasonic Lumix Gf8

Panasonic have introduced the beautifully retro-styled Lumix GF8. The sleek single lens mirrorless camera features a 16 megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor, 5.8fps shooting speed, 1080/60p video and built-in Wi-Fi, and a 3-inch 1040K-dot LCD rear monitor that can be flipped 180 degrees. The GF8 also comes with 100GB of storage on Google Drive, and the faux-leather-wrapped body is available in a choice of brown, silver, pink or orange colors. Theres no word yet on pricing or availability.

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The new Philips M1X-DJ portable sound system is an iPad dock and mixing decks in one. It links an iPad with the djay 2 app, and provides both sound and mixing pads for enhancing your DJ skills. It features 80-Watts of power and professional grade platters, plus cross faders and other controls. Its Bluetooth connectivity allows you to connect it to any Bluetooth-enabled device, not just an iPad. It also has multiple inputs and outputs for connecting to a bi...
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You´re probably familiar with Sonos, a whole-home streaming music system, now Bose has launched Bose SoundTouch, a similar system that lets you to stream internet radio, Pandora, and your music library at the touch of a button. It connects to your existing Wi-Fi network and is controlled with the SoundTouch app, there are three sizes available, from small and portable speakers to home theater. You can place a SoundTouch system in any room in the home and listen to d...
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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Tuna Knobs are now available for purchase. The absence of knobs to fiddle makes it hard to mix on imprecise touchscreens, and lack of tactile feedback often results in messy and imprecise mixes. These small conductive dials aim to change that, they attach to any touchscreen allowing more precise control on your mixes, letting you control DJ and music making apps like you would with dedicated music hardware. Tuna knobs work wi...
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