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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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DJI Mini 3 Drone

DJI have introduced a cheaper 4K camera drone to their lineup of mini drones. The all-new DJI Mini 3 Drone weighs just 249 grams, keeping it exempt from many drone regulations across the world. It comes equipped with a 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor, larger aperture for high-quality video in varying conditions, 4K/30 fps HDR video capture, and 48-megapixel stills. It also features a flight time of 38 minutes (increased to 51 minutes with the Intelligent Flight Battery Plus)...
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Tamron All-in-One Lens

Tamron have introduced the first lens that can shoot macro and micro! The brand are calling it "the world’s first ultra-telephoto all-in-one zoom lens”, the F3.5-6.3 Di II VC LDS has a range of 18-400mm with with an extremely flexible zoom ratio of 22.2x. To summarize: it is the first lens on earth which you can zoom both intense and can shoot wide. Designed for APS-C format DSLR cameras, and available in Canon EF and Nikon F mounts, this unique lens offers an e...
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TILE PRO

Tile, makers of the popular Bluetooth tracker, have introduced the Pro version, an improved model with plenty of new features. The Tile Pro now features a replaceable battery, louder bleeping and most importantly a longer range. This water-resistant tracker can now locate a smartphone within 300 feet even when it´s in silent mode, and can communicate with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, so when you ask where you left your keys, you´ll get an answer. Along with ...
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