Though they were designed primarily for shooting stills, Canon EOS-system DSLRs revolutionized the way pros and amateurs shoot HD video. Now Canon has introduced the C series, cinema cameras made purely for video. The prosumer C100 model features EF mount lens options plus Canon’s proven CMOS sensors and DIGIC DV III Image Processor. Available November 2012.
After marathon Call Of Duty sessions it can be hard to transition back to civilian life but the Black Ops II Limited Edition Care Package can (sort of) help. This collector’s package contains an RC DragonFire Drone copter, the Steelbook, bonus in-game content, challenge coins, an official soundtrack disc and more.
Instacube wirelessly displays your incredible Instagram images on a screen that’s three-times larger than your phone, allowing you & people other than your followers to enjoy your shots in a new way.
GoPro might just GoHome when they see the Sony Action cam. It weighs just three ounces, features 120-fps slow-mo, a 16MP sensor, and a 160º super-fisheye Zeiss lens. It evens comes with a waterproof case good to depths of 200-feet and all for $200. For $270 you can get the Wi-Fi enabled model.
Samsung’s Galaxy point-and-shoot is a 16MP touchscreen camera powered by Android 4.1 that allows you to shoot, edit, and instantly upload your photos to FB or if you’re one of the 9 people using Google+, you can send shots there, too.
The image quality of Sony’s forthcoming 4K LCD cinema display is roughly 4-times better than regular old HD. Watching it might feel sort of like that scene from Poltergeist where Carol Anne is literally sucked into the television.
Why look up at the sky or peer out a window when you can just keep your eyes permanently glued to your phone? This iPhone-based weather station lets you do it. It tracks environmental variables like temp, humidity, & air quality with software that produces detailed reports for you to share with your amateur meteorologist friends.
A popular misconception is that football is all about the quarterback, but no, it’s all about D. If you ever saw Warren Sapp play you know this. But Sapp isn’t just a sack machine, he’s also famous for being a massive mouthpiece. This book takes you inside the life of one of the NFL’s greatest and most opinionated players.
Jedis drink a lot of tea. You knew that already. But did you know that there was a fully-licensed Lucasfilm tea infuser modeled after the Imperial Death Star? Seek and you shall find it.
This forged steel axe has a secret chamber in the handle that holds a gnarly little knife. If you happen to accidentally catch one of your fingers between the piece of firewood and the axe, you could, theoretically, pull out the knife and use it to make a clean amputation. You could use it for other stuff, too, like whittling. Source