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DoubleTake App

DoubleTake by FiLMiC transforms your iPhone into a multi-cam studio, letting you record from two cameras at once. You can use the app to record two 1080p streams simultaneously, from any combination of front and rear iPhone lenses. You can then stitch those two videos together to a single clip that shows both views side by side or cuts back and forth between the two angles. It can also be used to record composited PiP and split-screen videos, complete with focus and exposure controls. watch the video below



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SKILYNX

SkiLynx is a new app that lets you connect with your friends on the slopes. You can create a private ski group where you can check what run or lift each person in your group is riding, in real-time, the difficulty of their runs, as well as their current location on the resort map. Along with group chatting using customizable quick messages, all from your iPhone or Apple Watch. ...
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Urbanista Solar-Powered Headphones

The Urbanista Los Angeles are the first solar-charging headphones on the market! That means these wireless noise-cancelling over-ear headphones have virtually infinite playtime (as long as there is a source of illumination, indoors or outdoors). In addition to their constant charging ability, the sleek headphones also offer hybrid active noise cancellation to block out ambient sounds, and automatic on-ear detection to preserve battery life (pause or play content whe...
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GoPro Hero 7

GoPro have shaken up their entire camera line with the introduction of the new Hero 7 cameras. Split into White, Silver, and Black variants, the cameras will cost $199, $299 and $399 respectively. The flagship Hero7 Black is the star of the group, it offers 4K video capture at up to 60 frames per second, super slow motion, and a suite of new features like live-streaming, a Hyperlapse-style time-lapse mode, and dramatically improved digital image stabilization that y...
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