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  1. Garmin Tactix

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    The Tactix combines traditional ABC hardware with functions inspired by law enforcement operations. It's the choice for everyone from special ops to weekend recreational warriors. Built to survive the grittiest tactical and recreational missions, the Tactix packs its altimeter, barometer, 3-axis compass (ABC) and GPS chip into a beefy housing with a forged stainless steel rear case. With a quick flick of the wrist, the scratch-resistant, curved mineral
  2. Canon Cyber-shot HX400V

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    The latest update to the Sony mega-zoom HX-series is the HX400V which, while looking a lot like its HX300 predecessor, adds Wi-Fi with NFC and GPS. There's also the addition of Sony's Bionz X processor which has previously impressed in higher end models like the RX10 and the Aplha A7, and should keep things moving along quickly.
    The HX400V features a 20.4 megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor (6.17 x 4.55 mm) along with a 50x F2.8-F6.3 optical zoom
  3. Canon PowerShot D30

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    Capable of shooting underwater at depths of 25 meters (82 ft) the Canon PowerShot D30 is billed as the world’s deepest waterproof compact camera. The rugged camera is also shockproof for drops of up to 2.0m (6.5 ft), freeze proof to -10°C (14°F), and dust-proof. Clearly aimed at people with an active lifestyle, it also has built-in GPS.
    The 12 megapixel 1/2.3-inch (6.17 x 4.55 mm) CMOS sensor is paired with a 5x optical zoom F3.9-F4.8 lens which
  4. TMQ distributors of EchoPilot with a clever sounder

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    It is great to see a "little" and not so "self important" company achieve something that the bigger companies haven't done; a device that actually has a vast affect on observing underwater formations. The EchoPilot 3D is not your average sonar, it looks forward so that you can see what is ahead of you in real-time, which is great because it shows what is really there, not was chart rendered.

    From my days in the RAAF I had to work on a few electronic systems of
  5. Ricoh releases a new camera with GPS WG-4 GPS

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    It isn't the first time Ricoh have release a camera with GPS but the specifications are a vast improvement over it's predecessor.

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    With the important technical specifications (other than image quality) are as follows:

    • 16-megapixel 1/2.3-inch (6.17 x 4.55 mm) CMOS sensor with sensor-shift shake reduction
    • 4.5-18-mm F2-F4.9 lens, which gives a 35-mm-format equivalent focal length of 25-100mm.
    • ISO range

    Updated 11th February 2014 at 04:59 PM by Nicko

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