A new Olympus camera, Yamaha’s Silent Guitar, a unique Apple Watch stand and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II
The Olympus OM series has long been a favorite of college photography students and film camera aficionados due to its affordability and quality optics. The new OM-D E-M10 keeps with the classic styling of the old OM film cameras and packs it full of technologically advanced features like the tilting touch display. The newest iteration of the OM-D also has the ability to shoot 4k video and comes standard with Live Composite mode, which takes the guesswork out of shooting long-exposure star trails.
Philips Hue Wireless Dimmer
The new Philips Hue Wireless Dimmer makes it easy for you to dim up to 10 Philips Hue bulbs with virtually no installation needed. The wireless remote can be mounted on the wall, or detached to be used from anywhere in your home.
MiiR have launched a new crowdfunding campaign in which each backpack purchased goes towards funding education in impoverished countries.
Yamaha SLG200 Silent Guitars
The newest guitar from Yamaha features an almost nonexistent body with a headphone jack that is perfect for practicing without your neighbors getting involved. Available starting in September.
Bluelounge Kosta Apple Watch Charger
The new Kosta Apple Watch Charger makes nightstand mode that much more convenient.
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Advice from the Crew
Riding on “Hero Dirt” With the Cannondale Habit
In Park City, Utah, where rain isn’t a regular occurrence, a two-day downpour on the trails creates a tacky surface known as “hero dirt”. And it’s the best surface for testing Cannondale’s latest trail bike. Read the Review
Wearing One Watch, Three Ways
Three different straps — and some style essentials — turn the Rolex GMT Master ii into a watch ready for roughin’ it, casual lunch, or a fancy dinner with your boss. Read the Review
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