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Gerber Steady at werd.com
Gerber Steady

Gerber is taking the multi-tool into new territory with the Steady. Like their other hardworking pocket tools, it features all stainless blades, serrated and straight, plus wire cutters, 3 screwdrivers, bottle opener, etc. But since no weekend adventure is going down without your phone and camera, the key features of the Steady are an adjustable cell phone mount and a tripod mount for your camera.

BUY IT   $64 Also posted in Gear

Nikon D800 at werd.com
Nikon D800

Unless you’re a top gun fashion photographer or out on assignment for NatGeo, Nikon’s new D800 is plenty of camera and costs much less than their flagship D4 model. The D800 however packs most of the firepower of its big brother. The 36-megapixel file size will surely surpass most people’s needs, as will all the other high-tech, low-light functionality but if you’re serious about photography and want a pro-level body, the D800, due out in late March, is most definitely the real deal.

BUY IT   $2999 Also posted in Tech

Miveu iPhone POV System at werd.com
Miveu iPhone POV System

Thanks to Miveu’s upcoming unit that turns your iPhone 4S into a POV cam, you can capture sweet digital videos of all your exploits without being one of those guys with a little video camera suction-cupped to his helmet. The Miveu functions by way of a wide-angle glass lens that attaches with a sturdy protective phone case. The tactile shutter can easily be pressed with gloves or gear on and gives a cool perspective that makes the helmet heads look even dorkier. Dorkier is a word, right?

BUY IT   $70 Also posted in Sport

Sony TX200V Waterproof Digital Camera at werd.com
Sony TX200V Waterproof Digital Camera

Most cameras that work underwater are big and bulky, but Sony’s latest, the TX200V Digital Camera is a slim, pocket-sized model that will handle underwater action down to 16-feet. And even if you’re no Jacques Cousteau, it’s airtight, meaning dust-proof, spilled coffee-proof and so on. It also shoots a big ol’ 18.2 MP image in bursts up to 10 FPS and it shoots full HD video.

BUY IT   $499 Also posted in Tech

Magnus iPad Stand at werd.com
Magnus iPad Stand

Yes, your little Etsy-made piece of reclaimed two-by-four is a great stand for your iPad2 at home. But in the office you might prefer something it bit more tidy. This stand from Ten One Design is the one. Brushed aluminum that looks like Apple made it, magnetic attachment, junkshow-free styling.

BUY IT   $49.95 Also posted in Gear

Tamaggo 360 Camera at werd.com
Tamaggo 360 Camera

A wide-angle lens on your camera is cool, it lets you fit a lot into the frame. But what if you could fit in the whole scene, like everything? Well, the Tamaggo 360-imager lets you do that. It’s the first device to make fully-integrated panomorph images instantly. Consider this, even the widest fisheye lens only catches about 180-degrees, the Tamaggo lets you catch all 360 and you can post it instantly to the web, all from one small device. Coming soon.

BUY IT   $199 Also posted in Tech

Canon PowerShot G1 X at werd.com
Canon PowerShot G1 X

These days it takes a pretty awesome camera for most of us to put down our phones and shoot with something purpose-built for photos. Canon’s new PowerShot G1 X point & shoot is the one. It is compact and powerful, boasting a highly light-sensitive 14.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor plus all the user-friendly features that have made the PowerShot series so successful.

BUY IT   $799 Also posted in Tech

Fujifilm X-Pro1 at werd.com
Fujifilm X-Pro1

Hot off the presses, Fujifilm just launched their X-Pro 1. It’s a small yet versatile rangefinder-style camera that’s equipped for interchangeable lenses and has a huge 16-megapixel sensor. There are currently three lenses available: an 18mm, a 35mm, and a 60mm. It’s also got a hotshoe flash mount. This little unit truly is a photographer’s camera but still easy enough to use, even for us amateurs.

BUY IT   $1700 Also posted in Tech

Samsung DualView DV300F at werd.com
Samsung DualView DV300F

The DV300F from Samsung has a dual view LCD for easy self-portraits but what’s even cooler is the built-in wi-fi that lets you post your pics to the web straight from the camera. What will they think of next? Maybe adding a keypad for making calls?

BUY IT   $199 Also posted in Tech

Image3D Viewer at werd.com
Image3D Viewer

Adults of a certain age will recall with delight a childhood toy called the View-Master, a magnifying photo viewer—whatever, you remember this thing. Now it’s back but instead of the Grand Canyon or Mount Rushmore, you can get reels of your own photos made for events, weddings, whatever.

BUY IT   $24.95 Also posted in Tech
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