These images are the rumored DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 from Sony. Actually these are not normal lenses! They have built-in sensor, Bionz processor, Wifi/NFC wireless connection and SD card slot. These lenses have no LCD screen and no usual camera controls. You will be able to control them through your smartphone(via WiFi or NFC). They’re meant to be attached to a smartphone (iOS or Android), and operated through the on-screen buttons. The QX100 will get a “larger 10x focal range and a 1/2.3-inch 18-megapixel CMOS sensor. So you might be able to squeeze some pretty high quality shots from your phone. The DSC-QX10 and QX100 are expected to be officially announced on September 4, for an as-yet-unknown price. Cool
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The breaking bad theme played on meth lab equipment.
Trans-Labrador (Canada) Highway Accident between a Grader & Transport Truck. A fire started and was soon engulfing the entire cab, lucky the driver did get out & survived. Because of such a remote location, emergency vehicles are miles away, so a water bomber is dispatched to extinguish the flames. A very neat video shot by an amateur with his phone, thanks for sharing.
This is a new device called iDoorCam. claims to be able to notify you via iPhone or iPad whenever there's someone at your door -- even if you're not at home. When the button is pressed, an alert is sent to your phone, which is acceptable by anyone set up to receive iDoorCam alerts from your device. iDoorCam's camera-equipped device connects to your home internet through WiFi and attaches to your existing doorbell power wires. The device costs $165 and is expected to be available from October.
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"This lightweight portable seating solution comfortably props you up whenever you need a break from walking or standing. It features telescoping sections that extend from 18"-37", a fiberglass reinforced seat, and a reversible rubber base that switches from hard surfaces to soft (turf or sand). Perfect for sit-standing relaxing in lines, at music festivals, parades, sport sidelines, standing desks, parties, star-gazing, or wherever."
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