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Fujifilm X-E4

The baby model in the Fujifilm mirrorless camera range is getting an update in the form of the X-E4. When Fujifilm announced the X-E3 in 2017, it quickly became something of a cult favorite with advanced photographers whom travel frequently. Now the brand has introduced the Fujifilm X-E4, a rangefinder-styled mirrorless camera offering a well-rounded blend of stills and video capabilities. The sleek camera pairs retro looks with Fujifilm’s latest 4th generation 26.1-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, a flip-forward LCD screen (enabling selfie or vlogging angle),  a built-in electronic viewfinder, an 8fps burst shooting option, and can capture 8-bit 4K footage at 30 frames per second internally and 10-bit 4:2:2 via its HDMI port.



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Roland GoMixer

Roland have released a compact audio mixer that allows users to perform, mix audio, and record video with your smartphone, all at once. Go:Mixer allows users to capture a high quality audio track at the same time the video is recorded, and mix in vocals, instruments and backing music on the fly. Simply plug in the pocket device to capture a pristine stereo soundtrack directly to your video as you perform. With multiple inputs available, you can connect a mic, musica...
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COLE-BAR HAMMER

Every DIY master should have one outstanding hammer, meet the Cole-Bar Hammer, this Swiss-army knife of hammers definitely fits the bill. The multi-function Cole-Bar combines 7 tools into 1, a hammer with a full crow bar built in, a demolition tool, an angle measurement tool, a ruler, a socket wrench and nail pliers. watch the video...
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SLOPES APP

The Apple Watch Series 3 now tracks skiing and snowboarding activity! Skiers, rejoice! Today Apple announced that Apple Watch Series 3 wearers will have the ability to track detailed information about both snowboarding and skiing runs. Due to an Apple Watch update that combines GPS and altimeter (altitude) measuring, ski apps such as Slopes are now able to quantify performance. Users can record runs, see average and maximum speeds, see vertical descent a...
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