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Sony Alpha A6600

Sony is following up the popular a6500 with its latest flagship model, the a6600. In it, youŽll find a host of enhancements, including in-body image stabilization, a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor, an AI-powered Z-Bionz image processor, 425 autofocus points and, the world’s fastest AF speed, just 0.02-seconds. It will also feature up to 11fps continuous shooting, expanded ISO 120400, a 2,359-dot OLED EVF, Sony Z battery compatibility, magnesium alloy construction with dust and moisture resistance, an integrated headphone jack for monitor audio during filming, and of course, 4K Super 35mm video recording capability. It will be available in a body-only package or in a kit paired with an 18-135mm lens.



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PLAYDATE HANDHELD CONSOLE

Panic, a company known for developing apps for iOS and macOS, has teamed up with Teenage Engineering (known for making beautifully engineered audio equipment) for this very cool handheld gaming system that is not quite like anything else. Playdate is a throwback to the classic handheld systems of the past, but translated through a modern lens, it is a small, yellow handheld portable system with two buttons, a directional pad, a black-and-white screen and a unique ha...
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GONE ON MY CATWALK

Gone on my Catwalk is a new app by Helly Hansen that inspires and motivates people to get outdoors, whatever the weather. The beautifully designed app rewards users with their cool gear and other prizes, they have hidden virtual Helly Hansen gear in popular training areas all around the world, if you stumble across one they’ll let you know, so you can claim it. The app also rewards users in several contests including the amount of time you’ve spent on outdoor activi...
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SPHERO | SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED BALL

U.S. company Orbotix will begin selling by the end of the year a robotic ball with LED light connected via bluetooth and controlled with an app on your Android or iPhone as if it were a remote controlled car. It has a range of around 50 feet and requires no power connection to charge, it has included a induction charge system that feeds the power directly from the smartphone used as a remote control. The Sphero features many other functions: LED lights inside that c...
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