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DJI Mavic Pro

Last week GoPro introduced their first drone with foldable arms, now DJI follows the same trend and have presented the Mavic Pro, also with the ability to fold and slip into a backpack, and easily take it anywhere. The Mavic Pro folds down as small as a bottle of water, shoots 4K video, streams live images back to the controller, has nearly half an hour of battery life, and has a top speed of 40 miles per hour. It can also take 12MP RAW stills in either portrait or landscape mode thanks to the gimbal that can be controlled via an iPhone.  It also packs five cameras, GPS and GLONASS navigation system, a set of ultrasonic range finders and 24 computing cores. The FlightAutonomy mode prevents you from hitting obstacles, and it can also auto-follow you uphill, orbit you, or snap pictures and videos using hand gestures. 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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Bose QC35 Wireless Headphones

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PLAYER

Do you know how to scratch a guitar? Would you like to quickly play the tune that you´re always humming around? If that´s the case you might want to check out Player from Jamn. Choose a song from your library, open up player, in the app, and, as the song plays, you can see the chords and keys that are playing in realtime, allowing you to quickly visualize it as a guitar, or a keyboard. Hear music like the musicians do, seeing the melodies that are being executed. De...
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