16 June 2015 | 0
Shark Zone K30
Sharkoon’s Shark Zone K30 illuminated gaming keyboard has a three-block layout with the familiar Shark Zone design, white LED illumination and integrated palm rest.
The illumination can be adjusted in several steps directly on the keyboard, even without the installed gaming software.
To run macros and/or start profiles, the K30 provides five practical macros as well as three profile keys.
Extra features include programmable mouse actions and configurable key functions, which are saved to the keyboard’s internal memory.
IK Multimedia is known for its audio peripherals for iOS devices, so it was only a matter of time before it branched out to the visual end. To this end, the iKlip Grip is a multifunctional video stand with Bluetooth shutter for smartphones, compact video cameras, audio field recorders and more.
It can be used as a desktop tripod (as shown here), grip handle, monopod or tripod adapter for any smartphone with a screen size from 3.5″ to 6″, making it handy for mobile journalists or selfie obsessives.
Sony’s new bringing the ability to shoot 4K video to cameras that fit in pockets with its two new Cybershot products revealed last week at an event in New York.
The RX100 IV (top) and RX10 can shoot 4K video, thanks to a new CMOS sensor, and deliver the readouts faster for viewers to see. The sensor harmonises high-resolution images, sensitivity and speed.
The 20MP Cybershot RX100 IV will be able to shoot 4K movies for up to five minutes, while the RX10 II can shoot 4K for up to 29 minutes. Both cameras can shoot slow-motion video at up to 960fps for a few seconds.
Price: RX100 IV $1,000, RX10 $1,300