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Gear this week: A vintage amp, a lake monster watch, and more
By Team HardwareZone - 1 Dec 2017,11:37am

Gear this week: A vintage amp, a lake monster watch, and more

Klipsch Heritage Headphone Amplifier

Klipsch’s Heritage line honors its history while updating it with modern tech, and the Heritage Headphone Amplifier does not disappoint. The retrospective amp is housed in aluminum and topped with genuine walnut veneer.  It is capable of playing digital audio up to 24-bit/192kHz in resolution. All of its analog switches operate through relays for the cleanest signal and an authentic vintage feel.

Find out more about the Klipsch Heritage Headphone Amplifier.

 

Shinola Lake Erie Monster 43mm

Shinola is known as the Detroit-based watchmaker that rebooted American watchmaking, with its distinctive lightning-bolt logo and retro-inspired designs. The Lake Erie Monster 43mm is the company’s first mechanical watch (as well as its first dive watch), and yes, there’s even a carving of the mythical lake monster on its back. Only 500 pieces of this beautiful watch will be made.

Find out more about the Shinola Lake Erie Monster 43mm.

 

Sony RX10 IV

Sony’s superzoom compact is back, and it’s faster and more powerful than before. The RX 10 IV has a new 1.0-inch type 20.1MP Exmor RS CMOS stacked image sensor and pairs that with a BIONZ X image processor with front-end LSI, so it is able to capture at a stunning 24 fps! Add a new Fast Hybrid AF system with 315 phase detection AF points that gets focus in as little as 0.03s, and you'll be more than ready for any shot.

Find out more about the Sony RX10 IV.

 

Razer Basilisk

Razer finally made a mouse just for FPS gamers. The Basilisk’s signature feature is the so-called thumb clutch, a small lever on its side that lets you temporarily engage a lower sensitivity, which can come in useful when scoped in on a sniper rifle. The 16,000DPI optical sensor is reliable and accurate, and you can even customize the resistance on the scroll wheel to your preference.

Find out more about the Razer Basilisk.

 

DJI Zenmuse X7

The DJI Zenmuse X7 features the world's first Super 35 video sensor, allowing it 14 stops of dynamic range and the ability to shoot 6K CinemaDNG Raw or 5.2K Apple ProRes at up to 30 fps, as well as 3.9K CinemaDNG RAW or 2.7K ProRes at up to 59.94fps. Add to that a selection of quality lenses, and you have a great option for incredible aerial footage.

Find out more about the DJI Zenmuse X7.

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