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Panasonic Lumix S5

Panasonic has introduced its lightest and most compact full-frame mirrorless camera yet. The good-looking Lumix S5 stands apart from other entry-level full-frame cameras with dynamic 4K video, advanced stills capabilities, and a small, light, and robust body design. The new entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera is meant to deliver strong stills and video performance with support for super fast autofocus speeds, wide ISO sensitivity, and 40K/60fps video recording with 4:2:0 10-bit color (or 4:2:2 10-bit at 4K/30). Helping S5 users capture their best, sharpest stills and video is an upgraded DFD (Depth from Defocus) autofocus system. The 24.2-MP full-frame sensor offers more than 14 stops of dynamic range and a special 96-MP High Resolution mode for even more detailed images.



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LYTRO ILLUM CAMERA

After the earlier Lytro Camera, equipped with technology that revolutionized digital cameras, Lytro is now back with the Illum; an innovative camera, again based on the light-field camera technology. The Illum is aimed at professional photographers and has an 8x optical zoom, maximum aperture of F/2.0 and can capture up to 1/4000 of a second. The innovation lies, however, in the light sensors and tight DSLR-like body, and as the original Lytro, the Illum m...
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LEICA M & LEICA M-E

Exciting stuff, Leica have announced their latest products! In their list of new digital cameras are the two new rangefinders: Leica M, and Leica M-E. They are equipped with the latest innovations in digital technology. Check out the Leica website for more details and their latest product innovations, including a special edition of the Leica X2 designed by Paul Smith....
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SKELETON SYSTEM PRO III

Fascinated with Human anatomy? then check out Skeletal System Pro III, some must-have reference material for anyone who is looking to learn a little (or a lot) more about the human skeletal system. Developed in collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine, this beautifully designed app allows users to explore the fascinating skeletal system, by cutting, zooming and rotating parts of the Human Skeleton as well as viewing animations, creating notes, shari...
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