Through all the changes that the photography industry has seen over the years, one thing has remained constant: you typically frame and shoot the photo while actually holding the camera. The Casio EX-FR10 Split Camera is seeking to change all that. By using a two-part design, the camera unit can be detached from and docked with the main camera body at the press of a button, with a Bluetooth connection keeping the two in sync. Features include a 14 megapixel, backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, Full HD video recording, a 2-inch LCD touchscreen, built-in WiFi for instant sharing via a phone or tablet, splash-proof, shock-proof, and dustproof construction, and optional accessories for attaching the camera to a hat, neck strap, or vest.
All the survival gear in the world isn't going to help you if you don't know how to use it. Penned by survivalist expert Dave Canterbury, Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival aims to make sure you know your craft, offering up over 250 pages of useful information, from what to pack in your survival kit to how to collect and cook your food. Even if you're not escaping the apocalypse, but instead heading out into the backcountry to escape modern life for a few days, this is an indispensable guide for your outdoor travels.
Keep tabs on your home brew operation even if you're not at home with the BeerBug. This WiFi-enabled sensor monitors the specific gravity, temperature, and alcohol content of your hooch, letting you view real-time data on a computer via a web browser or through dedicated apps for iOS and Android. Its built-in rechargeable battery lasts over 25 days and recharges over a standard Micro USB connection, so even if your fermenting time runs over, all you need is a common charger to stay informed until it's done.
Golf is a sport meant to be enjoyed as a long walk around the course. Unfortunately, with all the clubs, balls, and occasional beer you've got tucked in your bag, riding is typically a more comfortable option. Now you can get the best of both worlds with the Stewart X9 Follow Golf Trolley. This solid machine uses a Bluetooth connection and a clip-on sensor to automatically follow you around the course as you walk, keeping your clubs secure with an integrated rear stabilizer, and your scorecard, balls, and tees at the ready in built-in holders. The sensor also lets you control the trolley remotely — for example, sending it to the next tee while you finish up on the green — and when you're ready to go home, it folds smoothly down into a compact form that's easy to toss in the trunk.