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Canon PowerShot ZOOM

The new Canon PowerShot ZOOM is a compact telephoto monocular that can take 12-megapixel photos, record 1080p video, and comes with a digital zoom up to 800mm. The compact handheld device gives you highly zoomed-in views of sports, wildlife, concerts or scenic views via the 2.36-million dot EVF. The autofocus with face tracking helps you stay right on the subject, and image stabilization helps to keep the view nice and steady. With built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, you can even connect it to your compatible smartphone to use as Remote LiveView or transfer any images and videos. watch the video below



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MAXSTONE CAMERA REMOTE

You can now pair your iPhone with your DSLR camera and remotely control it with the wireless Maxstone Camera Remote, even monitor its status, in fact your phone will warn you if you get more than 80 feet away from your camera. Via an included app, you can trigger its shutter, control time lapse or even the bulb settings and micro video. It pairs through infrared and Bluetooth technology, so you get a completely wireless system to control your reflex camera. Through ...
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Trailer Valet RVR

Trailer Valet RVR is a tank-like robot designed to take the chore out of moving your trailer. The motorized, remote-controlled trailering robot can haul up to 9,000 pounds, letting you move your trailer without bending over or the need to use your own drill. The robotic assistant comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can give you up to 30 minutes of runtime, industrial-style caterpillar treads that provide traction in a variety of terrain, and a remote ...
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MAGNUS MAGNETIC IPAD STAND

The Magnus Magnetic Stand by Ten One Design is a clean, minimal stand for the iPad 2. Magnus uses a strong magnetic link to hold the iPad, the front of the iPad shows no visible support. Magnus looks like its defying gravity, it is made from pure aluminum and then hand-finished using the latest manufacturing techniques. via GadgetReview ...
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