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Minibot

Inspectorbots manufactures wireless robot platforms, this rugged robotic vehicle is called the Minibot. With its Go-Pro Camera, you can record and control it on a App from your smartphone, and with a 180 degree pan and 135 degree tilt, the operator can have a virtual 3D experience. With its 4WD wheels, it can spin on a dime, and is perfect for confined spaces or remote operations. You control it as if you were inside the vehicle itself. Drive it into a hazardous environment and record the video as you look up, down, left, right and everywhere in-between while sitting in a safe, comfortable location. The version featured here is the Stealth Pan/Tilt Minibot, it has 4-Wheel Drive, climbs 35 degree inclines, has 7 LED lights, off-road rubber tires, and a range of 1200 Ft (366m).



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Instax Square SQ6

Fujifilm have unveiled the first square-format fully analog film camera. The good-looking Instax SQUARE SQ6 will produce 2.4-inch by 2.4-inch square format instant prints, and features motor-based macro, landscape and double exposure focus modes, a sensor for detecting surrounding brightness that will adjust the shutter speed accordingly, and a 10-second timer that will help you compose old-school selfies. It also has an auto-exposure control feature, and comes with...
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IMACOMPANION

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KINDLING CRACKER

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