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Wvil | The Future Of Digital Photography

Artefact have imagined a new camera that fits portability, flexibility and quality requirements. WVIL features a DSLR lens, which can be separated from the body of the machine, and continue to capture your images in high definition. This achievement is possible due to the lens that incorporates a full-frame CMOS sensor with 31 megapixels and a system for wireless connection to the body of the machine. Unfortunatly the camera is still in concept stage, but they do mention itīs patent-pending. Watch the amazing video afeter the jump.



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GIFT IDEAS | APPLE FANATIC

With Christmas around the corner, we know how stressful it can be to find the right gift. So, we thought we would help our readers and post some gift ideas over the next couple of weeks. We will try and showcase a variety of price ranges. Letīs kick off with some Apple Fanatic related gifts. Product details after the jump....
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GRAMOPHONE 2.0

Gramovox have presented a new version of their beautiful retro Bluetooth speaker. The updated Gramovox Gramophone 2.0 now features a dual-driver design, letting users experience warm, organic mid-range tones through the expertly-crafted steel horn and nice bass flowing through the 2.5″ low frequency driver hidden in the solid wood base. It connects to your devices via Bluetooth 4.0 or its auxiliary input, has a range of over 33 feet and battery life of 12 hour...
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CAMERA ARMOR

We all know what happens when you your expensive camera, if your get lucky, just a dent. With these rugged, lightweight skins by "Camera Armor" you can relax when working on a radical shoot. You can choose from various covers to match your camera model. The silicone skin is molded to fit your camera like a glove. It allows full access to all controls, buttons, compartments and ports....
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