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Panasonic Lumix GX9

Panasonic have presented the stunning new Lumix DC-GX9 a retro rangefinder-style camera with a tilting electronic viewfinder. In a smaller and nicer-looking body than ever, the sleek compact camera captures vibrant, true-to-life, high-quality images with excellent resolution, high contrast and impressive color reproduction. The travel shooter has received a solid upgrade with a 20-megapixel, low-pass filter-free sensor, dual in-lens/in-body stabilization, tilting EVF and live view screen, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and creative shooting modes. The camera will also feature 5-axis image stabilization in both the lens and body, a tiltable EVF and touchscreen so you can shoot from virtually any angle, and 4K video with the ability to save 8MP images. 



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MICROSOFT SURFACE STUDIO

Microsoft have unveiled the Surface Studio, a spectacular competitor for the iMac. The new 28-inch desktop computer is a creative workhorse, focused squarely at artists , architects and designers. The Studio is supposed to have the "worlds thinnest LCD monitor ever built” at 12.5mm, it packs a 4500x300 resolution screen, Quad-Core i5 or i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce graphics, 1-2TB of storage, 8-32GB of RAM, and a 5.0MP front-facing camera. Most interestingly, the sc...
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XENSR SESSIONS APP

XENSR, a company that offers sports performance measurement tools, has presented the Sessions App, a brilliantly designed application compatible with the Apple Watch 2, that lets you track your surf sessions right on your wrist. The Xensr Sessions app can track how many waves you´ve caught vs attempted, measure swell height during a session, and capture personal bests as you improve. It can also keep an eye on your health with heart rate tracking and caloric burn wh...
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NAT GEO VIEW

National Geographic needs no introduction, since 1888, they’ve traveled the Earth, sharing their breathtaking stories and the world, through the eyes of their amazing photographers. Now the famous publication have introduced the Nat Geo View app, a new daily digest, featuring the days best pictures, stories, and videos. Every day, 5 small articles land on your mobile phone, and if that is not enough for your appetite, the app gives access to the the last seven days ...
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