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Fujifilm Finepix Xp200

Fujifilm recently announced the FinePix XP200, a serious adventure camera. It was designed for users who photograph in action sports, it is shockproof to height of 6.6ft(2m) and dives up to 50 feet without harm. Even at 14°F(-10°C) it should still work. It is equipped with a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, a  3-inch LCD, and records 1080i video. It also features Wi-Fi transfer options allowing the user to transfer photos and movies to smartphones and computers.



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DryGuy Boot Dryer

When youre getting into ski boots, theres nothing worse than being greeted by cold, damp, and smelly linings from the day before. Utilizing a gently heated air flow, DryGuy features rotating and articulating ports for placing gloves, shoes, hiking boots or ski boots, and safely and efficiently dries most items in about an hour. This quickly eliminates unwanted wetness and helps prevent the growth of fungus and Bacteria that cause odors and deteriorates footwear over...
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TUNA KNOBS

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Tuna Knobs are now available for purchase. The absence of knobs to fiddle makes it hard to mix on imprecise touchscreens, and lack of tactile feedback often results in messy and imprecise mixes. These small conductive dials aim to change that, they attach to any touchscreen allowing more precise control on your mixes, letting you control DJ and music making apps like you would with dedicated music hardware. Tuna knobs work wi...
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iOS 14 Monochrome Icon Set

One of the new features in iOS 14 is the possibility to change the icons on the iPhones home screen through the Shortcuts app. This has led several users to customize the home screen with a different visual identity than what we usually find on the iPhone. Designer and developer James Traf was one of the first to jump on the idea of creating high quality icons for iOS 14 users to customize their Home screens. Combined with these minimalist app icons via the Shortcut...
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