The X-T10 from Fujifilm certainly doesn’t use film although from a few feet away you might mistake this for a vintage 35mm. It also features “film simulation” settings that mimic old film types but it’s not all about tech-nostalgia. The X-T10 uses an APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor to shoot 16MP photos as well as HD video.
Built as a complete system of portable cordless power tools, the Power8 Workshop includes a drill, jigsaw, circular saw, & flashlight that attach to the Power8 toolbox/work table to offer 4 more functions: a drill press, table saw, scroll saw, & table light. The built-in power supply will recharge all these tools in one hour.
This miniature digital camera is built for much more than selfie-stick video posts. It features built in RAW and ProRes recording, 13 stops of dynamic range, a global shutter and an MFT lens mount, making it much more versatile than the average mini DV or POV cam. They also offer an almost unlimited range of accessories for mounting this powerful little guy on almost anything: drones, vehicles, helmets, etc.
The Solo is an advanced yet simple-to-use quadcopter drone with an optional GoPro gimbal mount that offers easy modes like “follow me” and “orbit” that make it easier to fly & film without skill or experience. It also features open platform software giving programmers the means to customize functions.
Equipped with interior LED lighting, this 4-person tent will help ease the fear/shock/stress of spending her first night in a tent. The kids, too. It’s spacious & easy to set-up plus it includes a battery pack for the lighting that doubles as a charger for the devices you will definitely not be leaving at home.
The J5 is the latest addition to Nikon’s 1 System of compact, interchangeable lens cameras. It offers super-fast full-resolution shooting at up to 20FPS with full auto-focus and features a new 20.8-megapixel 1-inch CX-format CMOS sensor. It also shoots 1080/60p HD video up to 120 FPS.
Former Apple, HP, Google and Amazon product designer Steve Jacobs is the man behind the debut smartwatch from Olio called the Model One. It features a stainless steel 47mm case, wireless charging, Bluetooth 4.0 & voice activation. Compatible with iOS & Android.
Yamaha’s A-S801 two-channel amplifier let’s music lovers get exactly what they want out their music library. 100 watts per channel into 8 ohms, an ESS Sabre 32-bit DAC, 3 line inputs, including USB and all of the settings are user selectable for fully custom sound.
Since 1936 Finland’s Suunto has been making watches with a focus on precision, simplicity, & functionality. And these traits can all be found in the new Essential Collection. With stainless steel construction & sapphire crystal glass, these watches offer altimeter, barometer, & compass function. Available in a variety of finishes including copper, gold, & stealth black carbon.
A floating shelf with a built-in & hidden power supply makes a lot of sense. The Stage offers enough space for all your handheld devices, unless you have more than 5 currently in use. It also features a slot on top to hold your tablet. It’s easy to install and is available in white, black or walnut finish.