Before you go buy that big, bulky DSLR camera you’ve been dreaming about, consider Ricoh’s new GR Digital V. It’s the world’s first compact camera with an APS-C optical sensor; same as the ones used in pro DSLRs. This sensor captures razor-sharp 16.6MP images, HD video, and shoots in 4 fps bursts. Unlike the big cameras this one is still light, small & portable.
It looks like one of those dynamite detonators you saw in cartoons as a kid but this Detonator isn’t going to blow up Bugs Bunny. It’s a small speaker system that packs serious power. A 4-inch woofer is backed by 2 passive radiators for low, low bass tones, while an independent ¾-inch tweeter handles highs. Choose from 6 different colors, too.
Nope, there’s no film to load in this new digital video camera. In fact, there’s no such thing as “digital film.” Just the same, Blackmagic is claiming it. What they really mean is wide dynamic range that creates a “film look” which is to say, you can make what you shoot look old/lo-fi/cinematic. In addition to all types of contemporary tech features, this camera has a Super 16 sensor that supports all types of old, film quality lenses, too.
The Push is a new music-making instrument that can help you make the leap from long-term unemployment to digital music producer, artist, or DJ. With 64 Akai-designed touchpads and offering practically unlimited options for creating melody & harmony, beats, loops, sounds, & song structures; it’s like having a portable sound studio that fits in your backpack.
If your excuse for not going camping is that putting up your tent is a pain, you should probably stay home. Or just get a new tent. One like The Wedge. Instead of dealing with tent poles and shock cords and stakes, all you have to do with this one is unpack & inflate.
It seems like every few weeks Canon is releasing another new model in its proven, affordable Rebel line of DSLRs. In actuality, new models drop just a couple times per year. Here’s the new Rebel SL1; a powerful, lighweight camera that’s sure to make whatever you’re shooting with now obsolete. It shoots 18MP still images, offers full HD movie mode, plus it has a 3-inch touchscreen.
Airocide is not death by flatulence, it’s just a funny name for a serious air purifier. This was originally developed by NASA for use in the International Space Station. The technology uses tiny rings covered in Titanium Dioxide to instantly kill nearly all airborne pathogens. Unfortunately, we can’t say for sure if the aforementioned flatulence is one of those pathogens.
As powerful as it may be, your phone is not built to deliver pro-quality audio. The Vamp Verza can fix that by turning your smartphone into a mobile soundsystem. It’s the first product ever that combines an audiophile-quality 150mW Hi-Fi amp, dual DACs, a 2200mAh battery, & docking metal case for Samsung Galaxy S III, S IV, & iPhone 5.
Pro features like an optical sensor that captures giant 20.3 MP images, blasts 8 frames per second in continuous shooting mode & has manual exposure control in video mode makes the NX1100 a powerful little camera.
A pack of science lab lushes created a smartphone-controlled liquor-slinging robot that can accurately and efficiently mix hundreds of cocktails. We just hope this team of geniuses didn’t forget to make the robot a good listener and a heavy-handed pourer. And what about tips?