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Pickup Power

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Pickup Power is a portable powerstrip with 3 AC outlets,  a power strip and portable battery in one, and it stores backup power in your choice of a 4000 or 6000mAH battery. When leaving, simply pop out and take with you the portable battery to charge your devices on the go!
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HTC RE camera

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HTC has unveiled a new HTC RE camera, a weird camera. The Re camera features a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor wit ha 146 degrees wide-angle lens, and is capable of recording 1080p videos as well.
Featuring a high-resolution, 16MP CMOS sensor, Full HD (1080p) video recording, 146 degree wide-angle lens and slow-motion and time lapse recording, RE captures moments like you have never seen before. The RE app features a remote live viewfinder that lets you set up the perfect shot and watch the live action on the screen of your mobile device, or switch to album and playback view to flick through the shots and videos already stored on the camera. Because life’s adventures are limitless, the app will also back everything up to your phone or the cloud automatically so you never need to worry about running out of space and missing a shot again.
HTC’s Re camera costs $199.99, it will be available in the US starting in November.
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Leica M Edition 60

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On the 60th anniversary of its iconic M Rangefinder camera, Leica presents a commemorative limited edition: the Leica M Edition 60. The camera has the latest full-frame 24MP Leica sensor, and essential camera features required for digital photography: shutter speed, aperture, focusing, and ISO. Limited to 600 examples worldwide, it will hit Leica retailers in October.

Canon PowerShot G7 X reveals a high-end compact

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The PowerShot G7 X is Canon's first 1-inch sensor camera. The G7 X has a 20-megapixel, 1-inch sensor, backed by a 24-100mm f/1.8-2.8 lens. Other features include a built-in ND filter; 1920 x 1080 video recording at up to 60p; 3-inch touchscreen; Wi-Fi and NFC built-in. The Canon Powershot G7 X is slated to drop next month for $700 USD.

Leica T Camera

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The new Leica T Camera($3600+) has a huge 3.7-inch touchscreen, which sports a 16 megapixel APS-C sensor and a brand new "T" mount for lenses. It has Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity. It shoots 1920 x 1080 video at 30 fps.

Sony A7s Camera

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Sony announced the A7s Camera, The A7S is a full-frame interchangeable just like the A7/A7R, but with a more video-friendly 35-millimeter full-frame 12.2-megapixel sensor, letting you take incredible photos no matter the quality of light. This camera also uses its large sensor to take incredible 4K video, other features include a 3.0" tilting display, OLED viewfinder, an ISO range of 50-409600.

Samsung NX mini SMART Camera

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Samsung announced the NX mini camera, they claimed it is "the world's slimmest and lightest interchangeable-lens camera". It weighs only 158g (body only) and has an ultra slim (22.5mm) design. The NX mini features 75.2mm (3.0-inch) Flip up and Touch Display that flips 180-degrees, 20.5MP BSI CMOS Sensor, 6fps Continuous Shot, 1/16000 sec Shutter Speed and more.

Sony Alpha α6000 Camera

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Sony has added a mirrorless camera to their range with the Sony a6000($800), the camera quipped with a 24.3 megapixel Sony Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor. It features 100 to 25600 ISO, 1080/60p video, a BIONZ X processor a built in flash, NFC, WiFi and OLED viewfinder. It has a 3 inch LCD display with a 921,600 dot resolution, the display can be rotated 90 degrees. It will start shipping in April.
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Sigma DP2 Quattro Camera

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Sigma unveils its latest camera, the Sigma DP2 Quattro Camera($TBD), looks weird from outside. The APS-C camera boasts a 19.6 megapixel Quattro sensor, by using three layersthat grab luminance and color information separately. The camera comes in three models with three fixed lenses: 19mm, 30mm, and 50MM F2.8 lenses. Other features include the new True III image processing engine and a 3-inch 920k-dot LCD display.

Sony HDR-AS100V Action Camera

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Sony has unveiled a new action camera, the Sony HDR-AS100V($TBA), featrues recording with 50Mbps high bit rate data transfer, as well as supporting 1080/24p video and high-speed 720/120p or 720/240p.
"Action Cam delivers Full HD broadcast-quality video in XAVC S, a consumer friendly format based on the XAVC codec developed for 4K/HD and professional use, at up to 50Mbps thanks to an all new BIONZ X processor. High quality XAVC S recording with 50Mbps high bit rate data transfer enables the AS100V model to capture quick action with extremely smooth image motion. Additionally, this model now supports 1080/24p video and high-speed 720/120p or 720/240p shooting with sound captured by its built-in stereo mic for slow motion footage with quality audio. And in photo mode, the new Action Cam can capture detailed 13.5-megapixel still images while Interval Still Recording mode offers 2-megapixel (1920×1080) time-lapse photography."
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Neurocam wearable camera takes photos that interest you

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The Neurocam from Japan comes with a brain wave scanner and will record what interests you. Attached to a headband, the iPhone is fitted with a prism so its camera grabs footage from your point of view. Meanwhile, the EEG scans of brain activity correlate spikes in interest with the camera footage.
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Olloclip 4-in-1 iPhone lens

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The Olloclip 4-in-1 is a quick-connect lens solution for the iPhone that includes Fisheye, Wide-Angle and 2 Macro lenses in one small, convenient package that easily fits in your pocket – and the palm of your hand. It connects to the iPhone within seconds so you'll be sure to capture the image you want. If you don't see the picture you're looking for, just flip it over to switch lenses. $70
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Sony announces new A7, A7R cameras

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Sony has announced two new cameras, A7($1,699) and A7R($2,299) are the world’s first compact full frame mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. The A7 and A7R are the world’s first compact full frame mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. The only difference between the two is in the sensor used. The A7R has a 36.4 megapixel sensor, the highest for a Sony A series camera, but without an optical low pass filter. You lose the anti-aliasing capability of the filter but instead gain sharper, more detailed images. The A7, on the other hand, has the filter, along with a lower-resolution 24.3 megapixel sensor and a fast Hybrid AF sensor. The A7 series will feature a built-in 2.4 million dot OLED EVF, a tilt-able 3.0" screen, Wi-Fi/NFC connectivity, 5 fps continuous shooting (4FPS in the A7R), and a weather-sealed body.
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Memoto wearable camera

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The Memoto Lifelogging Camera is a wearable camera that can automatically snap photos throughout your day, the idea being to "lifelog" your experiences in searchable, shareable records, so as to avoid the missing of many fantastic and special moments in your life. The camera is a 1-inch-square camera, available in three colors, Arctic White, Graphite Grey and Memoto Orange. It snaps and stores 5-megapixel photos at 30-second intervals.
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Nikon AW1 is the world's first waterproof interchangeable-lens digital camera

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The Nikon AW1 is the world's first digital camera with interchangeable lenses that is waterproof to 49-feet deep without any protective housing and can withstand the shock of a fall from up to 6.6-feet. And the pop-up flash is waterproof and works underwater. While the camera technically works with any Nikon 1 series lens, it's only waterproof when you're using one of two new lenses: The AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 and the AW 10mm f/2.8. The camera will sell in a kit with the 11-27.5 lens for $800, or in a two-lens kit with both optics sets for $1000. Considering the waterproof housing Nikon offers for its J1 and J2 1-series cameras costs more that $500 on its own, the price of the total package seems pretty reasonable. The AW1 features 14.2-megapixel CX-format sensor and 6400 top ISO, along with 1080p video capture, but the new model adds thrill-seeker essentials like an altimeter, depth gauge, GPS, compass and an accelerometer-powered option for switching modes with one hand. The Nikon 1 AW1 and waterproof lenses will be available in October.
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