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Samsung Gear 360

Samsung Gear 360 aims to charter new territory by hopping on to the most recent image category: the 360š cameras. This new device uses a dual lens system that features a 15MP sensor on each one of them, capturing high quality stills and video images. Itīs small and portable, and you can pair it with the S7 and S7 edge series and enjoy its full potential with the VR headset. Itīs also dust and splash resistant so youīll be able to take it with you on your outdoor adventures. Pair it via Bluetooth and use wi-fi to share it quickly on a big screen of your choice. Including a memory slot that can hold a mini SD card of up to 120 Gb of capacity you wonīt miss any action.



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IPAD CF AND SD CARD READERS | Image

IPAD CF AND SD CARD READERS

Another useful product from Photojojo. These card readers were designed to get images from a DSLR to an iPad quickly and with zero fuss. Simply plug one of the card readers into the iPad, a memory card and the Photos app will open letting you upload files in one easy step. The readers also feature an USB input for flash drives and cameras with internal memory, cool!...
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PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-GM1

Panasonic have announced the beautiful Lumix DMC-GM1. The tiny, vintage-style GM1 features a remarkable compact body, a truly Micro Four Thirds camera and a great step up from a compact point-and-shoot for those that donīt want to go for the larger DSLR model. Available from November, the pocketable single lens mirrorless camera, weighs only 204g and offers 16MP shots, 1080p video recording, 3.0" LCD, and integrates Wi-Fi connectivity. via Pre-order now at a...
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HALIDE CAMERA APP

Developed by an ex-Apple designer and a former Twitter engineer, Halide is a groundbreaking camera app that will help you shoot like a pro. The idea is to offer smartphone photographers a variety of high-end tools for taking quality photographs when you want to really take a photo rather than a quick snapshot. The app’s gesture-based control scheme is meant to feel as intuitive and tactile as a great film camera, and will largely appeal to those who have some unders...
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