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Fujifilm X100

FujiFilm X100 is the camera Leica wanted to be. The Fujifilm FinePix X100 is a camera that is reminiscent of the 35 mm compact cameras of the 70īs. But the retro body looks is all they have in common, internally it is all new technology: it has a 12.3 megapixel APS-C sensor with a fixed focal length lens and can record video in 720p resolution (1920x720). But the great feature is the worldīs first "hybrid viewfinder" that combines a purely optical system with an LCD.



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OUTLAND MULTI-MISSION AXE

The Outland Multi-Mission Axe is a great assistant when going about regular outdoor life, in the wild or simply in your backyard. Itīs available in two different sizes, 15" or 19", you get, along with its ultra sharp 4" inch blade, a hammer, a pry tool, a seat belt cutter and a hex nut tool driver. It also features G10 handle grips, for extra comfort and precision handling. Outland has the habit of providing quality to its tactical and survival tools, and this Multi...
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AirPods Retro

Colorware, is a US company that has distinguished itself in the market just by changing the original color and customizing some popular technological products. Their latest creation looks like it could have been paired with the original Macintosh. The cool looking AirPods Retro bring back all the nostalgia without compromising on technology, they feature the rainbow colored button and faux vents that will have you reminiscing back to the 80s. The limited edition com...
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PLOOTA WATER SAFETY DEVICE

Ploota is the helmet for watersports, a revolutionary neck-worn device that blows up to save you in the ocean. The smart safety device automatically detects an emergency situation and releases two inflatable cushions to bring its user up to the surface. And unlike some similar devices, it keeps them floating in a head-up position. Even if the user is unconscious, they should still end up floating face-up, for up to a claimed six hours if necessary. It can also be ac...
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