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DJI Osmo Mobile Unboxing and Review

DJI Osmo Mobile Unboxing and Review

In my latest video I am unboxing and reviewing the DJI Osmo Mobile.

The DJI Osmo Mobile is the latest in 3-axis gimbal system which smooths out the movements you make, turning every shot into cinematic video.

The DJI Osmo mobile has ActiveTrack technology, motion time-lapse feature which shoots video showing the passing of time and an amazing panorama function which automatically captures and blends 9 separate photos together to create one stunning photo.

All this using the power of your own smart phone.

XCSOURCE Metal Aluminium Rig with 37mm UV CPL filter for GoPro Hero 4

XCSOURCE Metal Aluminium Rig with 37mm UV CPL filter for GoPro Hero 4

The is an all aluminum alloy CNC injection molded, extremely rugged and high-quality rig for your GoPro Hero 4. I found this really easy to put together in minutes and you have all the cut-outs for your GoPro controls and ports. This rig will fit onto any tripod and there is even an extra mount so you can use all your GoPro accessories.

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GoPro LCD Touch BacPac Limited Edition Unboxing

The LCD Touch BacPac is a removable LCD touch screen that seamlessly attaches to the back of your GoPro. As a removable accessory, it keeps your camera as small and light as possible, yet provides the convenience of an LCD touch screen when attached. The LCD Touch BacPac makes it easy to frame your shots and play back content, and delivers convenient touch-screen control of all camera settings.1

  • Seamlessly attaches to the back of your GoPro
  • Delivers convenient touch-screen control of all camera settings
  • Makes it easy to frame your perfect shot
  • Enables you to preview and play back videos and photos, including instant slow-motion playback
  • Features an integrated speaker with volume control
  • Features a 3.5mm headphone jack

Nexus 7 2 release in the US. UK to follow soon

Google yesterday announced the new Nexus 7 with some impressive specification and is now up for pre-order in the US.  The latest version of the Nexus 7, features a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a higher display resolution (1,920×1,200-pixel resolution) and will ship with Android 4.3, and will go on sale priced at $229 (£149) for a basic version with 16 gigabytes of storage.

n72-1Among other features front and rear cameras (1.2- and 5.0-megapixel, respectively); Bluetooth 4.0; a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor; 2GB of RAM; NFC; and an Adreno 320 GPU (the same graphics chip used in the Samsung Galaxy S4). There’s also support for dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and wireless charging using any Qi-compatible charger.


The device will also be the first to feature the new version of Android, 4.3, which includes individual users profiles, which can be restricted so that, for instance, children cannot see in-app purchasing options that could land their parents with huge bills.

As soon as the New Nexus 7 is available in the UK I will be doing an unboxing and hands on review on my youtube channel –

GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition Slow Motion WVGA 240FPS

I wanted to see how good the shooting at 240FPS was with the new GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition and then slowing this footage down with just iMove ’11 and nothing else.  So I decided to do a few video tests and then slow them down to see what happened.  My first test was using a Dremel against some metal and watching the sparks fly off.  The slow motion effect of the sparks was quite impressive. My second test with the GoPro Hero 3 involved dropping a water filled balloon and watching it burst.  The first 2 attempts the balloon just bounced but gave a rather nice effect and then there are 2 balloons that burst again showing a nice slow motion effect.  My next test was water boiling in a kettle and then slowing this down.  My final slow motion test was filming some Torch Coral in my tank.  This gave one of the nicest effect in slow motion.