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Sony Rx100m3

Available for purchase from today is the brand new RX100M3 compact point-and-shoot camera by Sony. Considered by many has world´s best pocketable camera, the RX100M3 is even better than its predecessor(the RX100M2 received accolades from users and overwhelmingly positive marks from the press), it retains the 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, Wi-Fi, NFC and Tilting LCD display, but now packs a new 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens, built-in ND filter and pop-up electronic viewfinder with a 1.4 million dot OLED display.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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MU-SO WIRELESS SPEAKER SYSTEM | Image

MU-SO WIRELESS SPEAKER SYSTEM

This is the newest audio device by the high end brand Naim Audio, they design the audio systems for Bentley automobiles. It has 450 watts of great quality power, distributed by 6 speakers of 75 watts each, that go through their own individual digital processors. This new sound system is designed by a specialist team of British engineers who really made a great effort to extract astonishing high sound quality from this beautiful speaker, through a 32 bit digital soun...
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LEICA M8 WHITE EDITION

When compared with the classic black and silver models in the M8 series, this special limited edition with a white leather finish is destined to be a real eye-catcher. The LEICA M8 White Edition is available in a set including a silver anodised LEICA ELMARIT-M 1:2.8/28 mm ASPH lens and production is strictly limited to just 275 examples. Its uniqueness is further emphasised by the special serial numbers assigned exclusively to the cameras....
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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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