Fuji TCL-X100 Tele-Conversion Lens


There's a reason why Fuji fans love their X100 cameras, the company continues to improve upon the camera via firmware updates and now a new hardware upgrade, the TCL-X100 Tele-Conversion Lens. The lens multiplies the fixed focal length by 1.4x turning the 35mm equivalent lens to a 50mm equivalent. The all glass construction features four elements in four groups, Fujinon Super EBC coating and a black or silver case to match your camera.

B&H Photo

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HiFiMAN HE-560 Planar Dynamic Headphones


HiFiMAN releases an upgrade to its audiophile-caliber HE-500 with the new HE-560 Planar Dynamic Headphones. 30% lighter than the previous model, the cans feature genuine wooden ear cups, a new headband and beveled earcup design for comfort, and most importantly, updates to the headphone's Planar magnetic drivers to improve efficiency.

$899, AC Gears

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Lomography Russar+ Lens


Lomography has resurrected another great Russian lens, the 1958 RUSSAR MR-2. An impressive wide-angle, Lomography is bringing it back into their Art Lens collection with the new Russar+ which is compatible with the L39/M as well any mirrorless camera with an interchangeable mount.

$649 (July), Lomography

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Sony A7S


Sony's got a new version of its game-changing A7 series, the 4K-capable A7S. The A7S is a full-frame interchangeable just like the A7/A7R, but with a more video-friendly 12 Megapixel sensor that can shoot 4K video as well as APS-C in crop mode and a high-performance frame rate mode of 100-120 fps. The camera also features a 3.0" tilting display, OLED viewfinder, an ISO range of 50-409600.


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McIntosh MHA100


McIntosh finally announces its first dedicated headphone amp, the MHA100. Built for just about any headphone, the amp features their Autoformer tech which handles impedance ranges of 8-40, 40-150 and 150-600 ohms and a Headphone Crossfeed Director that takes high-quality aaudio files and images its sound like conventional speakers inside your headphones. It also includes digital inputs and 50-watt stereo speaker outputs.


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Audio-Technica ATH-CKR10


Audio-Technica's ATH-CKR10 is their latest flagship in-ear featuring high-strength titanium housing and what they're calling a world's first: Dual Phase Push Pull Drivers. These 13mm drivers have been specially engineered to move independently to better reproduce sound and reduce distortion.


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Olympus SH-1


Olympus's SH-1 is a point-and-shoot that packs quite a bit of firepower in it's diminutive size. The 16 Megapixel 1/2.3" sensor is matched with a f/3.0-6.9 24x optical zoom, five-axis image stabilization, 11 fps burst mode, built-in WiFi, 3" LCD, and 1080/60p video capability.

$399, Olympus

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TAG Heuer Meridiist Infinite


Sure, the new TAG Heuer Meridiist Infinite has a got a Sapphire screen, grade 5 titanium enclosure, and carbon fiber inserts, but those things are nowhere near as amazing as its killer feature: solar charging. Under the the sapphire display lies invisible photovoltaic cells that can charge the phone while in standby via natural or artificial light, a feature they're claiming to be the first "Perpetual Power Reserve" for a phone.

TAG Heuer

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HTC One M8


HTC unveils their new flagship smartphone, the One (M8). The new phone features a 5 inch 1080p 440 PPI screen, Qualcomm's latest quad-core Snapdragon 801 CPU, 16-32GBs of storage, 2GBs of RAM, microSD slot, HTC UltraPixel camera, 5MP front camera, LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, 2600mAh battery, and HTC's "BoomSound" front speakers. The phone will be available on most major networks and if you want the pure Android experience without all the bloatware, Google plans to release a Google Edition very soon.

$199-$299 (w/ contract), HTC

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Samsung NX mini


Samsung releases the slimmest and lightest interchangeable camera system on the market, the NX mini. The diminutive camera has a 20 megapixel sensor, 3.0" flip-up display, 6 fps continuous shooting, a blazing fast 1/16000 shutter speed, and three lens options: a 9mm f/3.5, 9-27mm f/3.5-5.6, and a low-light friendly 17mm f/1.8.


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