The Sony A5100 Is the World’s Smallest Interchangeable Lens Camera

There's a battle brewing in the camera world, and it isn't among cheap point-and-shoot models and it isn't between pricey DSLRs. The war is being waged somewhere in the middle between fairly affordable cameras that pack features that rival the big guys. The latest, and one of the finest, entries into this category is the Sony A5100. The mirrorless camera boasts a similar crazy-fast autofocus system to the one the A6000 featured, but it harnesses that power in a smaller, more portable body. The camera also boasts a touchscreen which is a noticeable upgrade over the A6000's rear display. The autofocus allows users to lock in on a shot in just 0.07 seconds so you can rest assured you can get the image you want in moment's notice. The camera just launched for pre-order and will begin shipping in ... continue reading
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Stylish Camera Straps From Hard Graft

The strap that came with your camera sucks. No one should be able to know if you're shooting Canon, Nikon, Leica or Fuji from three blocks away just because of the strap on your neck or wrapped around your hand. You're toting around at least a thousand dollars worth of equipment on a strap that's boring and, more importantly, ... continue reading
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The Transparent Speaker Sponsored

Instead of adding knobs, unnecessary features, and other knickknacks to make a better speaker, People People did the exact opposite. The Swedish design agency stripped one bare to create the most beautiful speaker you've never laid eyes on. The glass box holds just the premium audio components and nothing else. The active 2.1 Transparent Speaker comes ready for Wi-Fi devices like Apple's AirPort Express so you can stream music, or plug in your device using the speaker's 3.5mm mini-jack. Pick one up from TheBlueprint.com and you'll get free US shipping, just be prepared for every guest to comment on how awesome it is. ... check it out
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360 Fly Camera Captures Life In All Angles

The 360 Fly Camera is like nothing you've ever seen before. It captures things even the human can't see because it's constantly taking video in 360 degree horizontal by 240 degree vertical--which makes it the widest viewing camera in the world. You can carry it, or mount it to tripods, helmets, or a bunch of other ... continue reading
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Sony A5000 Camera

To the layman, the Sony A5000 is a cool looking, interchangeable lens mirrorless digital camera with a 3" LCD screen, 1080p video, 20.1Mp sensor and built-in NFC Wi-Fi. But if you're a layman you're probably not spending $600 on a camera, so we're going to geek out a little bit on the specs. In no particular order, ... continue reading
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SOLOSHOT 2: Robotic Cameraman

Forget following the action while filming any activity, with SOLOSHOT 2, you can sit back, crack a beer, and let it do all the work for you. The surprisingly affordable device will follow a tracker that someone can wear or you can slap on something so you don't have to do a thing. Put on the tracker, set up your camera ... continue reading
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