1. Works Connection - No Air Loss Adapter

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    Our No Air Loss Adaptor makes setting your air pressure in your forks and shock (mtb) easy! The pressure you set, is the pressure you get! Also the length of the No Air Loss Adaptor makes getting to hard to reach schrader valves easier!

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    • HDMI to S-Video, Composite Video and Stereo Audio

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      This converter allows you to convert an HDMI signal to S-Video, Composite Video and Stereo Audio. It allows you to view HDMI content on regular TVs or DVD Recorders of VHS recorders that have S-Video or Composite Video

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      • Trade Test Transmission Two

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        Test.

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        • Sony A7s vs Canon 5DMK3 (Sharpness/Dynamic Range)

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          Sony using PP7 (S-LOG2) setting. Canon using the neutral picture style with sharpness and contrast down.

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          • Top Tube Adapter - Softride Bike Racks

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            Learn how to use this accessory that attaches to seat post and stem to create a flat top tube to make bikes compatible with most mast-style hitch mounted bike racks. See more at http://www.softride.com/accessories/specifications/softride_top_tube_adapter This is a great way to create a flat top tube for children's bikes, women's bikes, step-through frames, or mountain bikes with small front triangles. Adjustable length fits bikes with stem-to-seat-post distance between 15" and 21". Compatible with many types of bikes and many brands of bike racks. This video shows you what you need and how to load a women's bike on a bike rack. If you need help loading a ladies' bicycle on your bike rack arms, this will show you how and what you need.

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            • iPhone 6 DualSIM adapter - Use 2 or 3 SIM active at the same time on iPhone 6 - SIMore G1 BlueBox

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              To purchase visit our website : http://www.simore.com/en/ Using two or three SIM Cards active simultaneously on your iPhone 6 is no longer a dream! Use 2 or 3 SIMs active at the same time on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus - Compatible iOS 8 and iOS 8.0.2 No need to jailbreak !! DualSIM G1 BlueBox product information: http://www.simore.com/en/dual-triple-sim-card-adapter-bluetooth-ios-g1-bluebox.html New generation of Triple dual SIM cards adapter with simultaneous connection of two or three SIMs. (compatible with iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, 5C and all iOS versions) With SIMore BlueBox G1, transform and convert your iPhone 6 into a Triple SIM cell phone with 3 SIM card active simultaneously. Just insert one or two SIM cards in SIMore BlueBox G1 and your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus becomes a Dual or Triple SIM standby mobile phone. SIMore Dual SIM adapter compatible with Apple iPhone Brand: http://www.simore.com/en/mobile-phone-accessories/apple/

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              • Impressions: Sony A7S - Timelapse, Slow Mo and High ISO

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                I recently picked up a Sony A7S and have been testing it's video capabilities and timelapse functions. This is some of the resulting footage and below are my thoughts and impressions of the camera! Setup: Sony A7S (http://goo.gl/pMQ0pj) Metabones EF-E adaptor Mark IV (http://goo.gl/HoZm82) Canon 16-35 f/2.8 (http://goo.gl/4GvlYu) Canon 24-70 f/2.8 (http://goo.gl/xPrNan) Rokinon 14 f/2.8 (http://goo.gl/uzJlg5) First off I love how light it is! It is weird to hold after going from a large Canon DSLR and some of the button choices and layouts will definitely take some getting used to but all in all not too bad. Lenses are an issue but all of that stuff you can find in other reviews. Onto my specialty! Timelapse: First off I have to mention that at the time of shooting this there was no readily available external intervalometer or cable so I had to use the Sony timelapse app (10$). It is absolutely terrible! I never made it over 400 frames and most of the time it would crash and stop shooting. Perfect example is the second last milkyway shot (1:37) you can see a jump as I only noticed 20 minutes after it stopped that it wasn't working. An external intervalometer will fix this so I can't judge it too much on that. I didn't notice any abnormal aperture flicker or anything crazy like that. My biggest concern is the buffer speed inbetween photos as well as compatibility with current and future timelapse accessories. The next thing that I have seen complained about but I didn't seem to worry about is battery life. The opening scene (milkyway shot) was about 3 hours long and I went through 70% of a single battery for that. 90% of the timelapses I shoot won't go longer than that in which case I can just use one of my canon dslr's with a battery grip which will last forever. So to me that is a non issue but I definitely can't recommend this camera for long term shots (6+ hours) Slow Motion (high frame rate): To me this is very exciting! I have never had a camera that can shoot 60 or 120 frames per second. This camera shoots 60 perfectly at 1080p and 120 at 720p. The upscale is very noticable on a big screen but not too bad on youtube. Having worked with timelapse mainly I can tell that my editing skills are not nearly as proficient with the video files as my timelapses as they look much better pre-Youtube. Will take some getting used to but the s-log picture profile make its all worth it. Currently only usable at ISO 3200 or above (ISO 800 equivalent with PP1) is managable but not ideal. Having an external recorder (shogun once it comes out) will make this functionality immensely better. So far it has been extremely fun to use and I am looking forward to testing it further! High ISO: This is the best part of this camera. It is mind boggling how clean the super high ISO's are. I didn't do an absolutely wonderful job of showing this unfortunately but I hope you will be able to see anyways. The first shot is solid :) However 4 different cars drove by during the shot so if you noticed some awkward flickering in the sky its because I clone stamped the foreground but couldn't fix the sky. The second milky way shot there is a few noticable dead/hot pixels in the foreground. The Final shot looks much noisier than it needs to be. The reason for this is I was shooting above a geiser and the steam was messing with the atmosphere adding a ton of noise! That combined with the flickering (attempted fix) from the vehicles driving by doesn't help. Anyways thanks for watching and hit up the comments if you have any questions! Http://joelschat.com

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                • Lincoln - Sony A7s 120fps Test

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                  Shot, edited, and graded in three hours, I'm aware of many of the issues this is purely me quickly playing with the camera. Got the Sony A7s earlier today, decided to take it for a test shoot, I couldn't help but play with the 120FPS, which I've already fallen in love with. The lower resolution really isn't that noticeable. Glass used - Canon 24-105 L with Metabones adaptor for the Sony E mount. Shot with PP6 on the A7s Initial thoughts on the Sony a7s after upgrading from shooting ML RAW on the 6d are pretty phenomenal, I love this camera. Expect better stuff as I get to fully get to grips with this little guy.

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                  • CineMilled Ronin Mitchell Mount Tutorial

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                    Visit cinemilled.com today to order! Quickly and easily mount your Ronin to any industry standard "Mitchell" Mount on set. This provides a secure solid way to mount onto any mitchell mount on set……on a car mount, a Dolly and any number of cranes. Slide in and go! Unleash your Ronin!!! Mitchell threaded collar and castle nut included http://cinemilled.com/ronin-quick-plate-mitchell-mount/

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                    • how to STEADSNAP

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                      In this video, Stallone's weird nephew and his friend show off the STEADSNAP. Product made by Yuri Markarov and Dmitri Chernomourov.

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