Fujifilm‘s dropped a promo video building up some anticipation for the X10 in the process. The video covers specs and just about everything else you’ll need to know about the camera. Some fine details and features to note include the metal Zoom Ring with built-in power switch, exposure control, a RAW button, full HD recording capabilities and super intelligent flash that takes things next level. Between this and the Finepix X100, the X series is looking like one of Fuji’s most sound collections.
Iconic American workwear brand Carhartt is really doing some tremendous things right now. As if their collaboration with Adam Kimmel wasn’t enough, they’ve released the Gadgets Collection for F/W 2011 that gives us military and outdoor product that’s pretty darn useful. Most of the goods are delivered in military green or camouflage, among them iPhone and iPad accessories, a Moleskine Notebook, flashlight and much more.
Incase has been crafting some groundbreaking product ever since the brand’s inception in 1997. They’re known for their full line of Apple accessories for MacBook and iPad all the way down the chain to the iPhone and iPod. They’ve just announced their own brand of headphones dubbed “Incase Audio,” and we’re impressed from the initial looks. The line features four unique designs in matte black shells and Incase’s Sound Design technology on the inside.
Incase will be making these headphones available come September.
We gave you a breakdown of Apple’s latest mobile operating system — iOS 5 — but here’s the video to really put the update into perspective. We get a live look at the OS working its magic on the iPhone and iPad platform as well. Highlights include the notification bar and iMessage.
We can’t embed but check out the video here.
Steve Jobs and Co. at Apple have done it again, delivering looks at iOS 5 in all its glory and wowing a massive audience in the process. This year’s WWDC kicked off with a bang, no doubt, with iOS 5 and the Lion OS for Mac leading the charge. There are over 200 new features built into the new iOS for the iPhone and iPad and here’s a breakdown of the top ten.
Unnecessary? Yes, but a lot of things we want these are, amiright? Hard Graft continues to drop sought-after product, no matter what and with this slipper cover for your iMac, the base of your desktop will be protected from scratches and all that jazz while adding an aesthetic appeal that’s unique and well thought out. Hard Graft’s iMac slipper cover comes in an array of colorways and is made of the finest materials.
Buy It: $42 at Hard Graft
Here’s a great looking camera strap for the summer time. Drop the mundane black strap and go with this border striped version from Roberu in orange or lime with tan leather detailing.
Leica’s V-Lux series just got a refresh with the V-Lux 30 being added to the stable of compact point and shoot cameras. The V-Lux 30 packs 15.1 megapixels and features a Leica DC Vario-Elmar lens 4.3 – 68.8 mm f/3.3-5.9 ASPH, touch screen LCD display and an expanded usability factor with both auto and manual features. If that doesn’t get you excited then maybe the fact that it packs GPS capabilities to geotag your escapades whether their stills or captured in 1080i video.
The Leica V-Lux 30 will be hitting retailers next month in June. Be on the look out but until then, peep the full release below.
Austrian travel goods maker Hard Graft has release these leather sleeves for the Apple iPad and MacBook. This piece is made from super soft premium leather and lined with rich British woven wool. Other details include an over-sized flap and double snap closure. The premium vegetable tanned leather comes in a fine cognac finish and is handmade in Italy.
Japanese Label White Mountaineering teamed up with Men’s NON-NO magazine to celebrate their 25th anniversary, offering up this exclusive, limited iPhone 4 case in the process. The casing features a black and grey Navajo-style print with White Mountaineering’s logo in the mix as well.