Solo Ice Scraper

When I lived in Kansas City, I hated the fact that I had to carry an ice scraper in my car. Maybe I could live with this one.

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The Holdster

I absolutely love shit like this…

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Photokina Releases

The Photokina show is the place where just about everybody releases their latest and greatest cameras. We already talked about the Fuji X-E1 last week, but there were a couple of other notable announcements as well. Namely:

Leica M – Apparently, there will be no long awaited Leica M10. Instead, we get the “M.” For the first time ever, Leica is using a CMOS sensor in their rangefinder camera that allows live view, HD video, better high ISO performance, and other stuff… Amazingly, they aren’t charging $10,000 for it. In fact, they are only asking about $7000 for the new M. I’d probably own one if I had the dough…

Leica M-E – Essentially, this is just the old Leica M9 with some minor changes and an extreme price break. $5,500 gets you in the game. If I had the dough, I would DEFINITELY own this one.

Sony RX1 – To me, this is the biggest and best surprise of Photokina. Sony has built a jacket-pocket sized FULL FRAME camera with a dedicated Zeiss lens. Typically, I’m not a Sony man as their cameras feel more like computers than cameras to me… BUT, this one is pretty amazing and promises to change many a landscape. Around $3000.

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Adappt XT

Man… That whole new iPhone 5 thing is a real shitter for these guys.

Check it out.

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Sinn Tachymetric Chronograph Limited Edition

Every damned time Sinn releases a new watch, I lose my mind… This one is special. Based off a German military design and limited to 1000 pieces. Expect a price just shy of $2000 which isn’t all that bad considering the hardware.

Check it out.

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