Panasonic Lumix G80 (G85): Review

Panasonic Lumix G80 (G85): Review

Panasonic has just released the new mirrorless camera Lumix DMC-G80 (DMC-G85, DMC-G81). It has 4K video mode, second generation of Dual IS system, 3.5mm jack for stereo microphone and it is also dust and water resistant. How did it perform in our test?
9/19/2016, Computers, Milan Šurkala
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Fabric generates electricity from sunlight and motion

Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new type of fabric that is able to convert sunlight and various types of motion to electricity. That can be used to power small electronics and wearables.
9/15/2016, Computers, Milan Šurkala
Fisker Karma reborn, new hybrid Karma Revero

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9/13/2016, Transportation, Milan Šurkala
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Electric Mercedes-Benz Vision Van with delivery drones

The car maker Mercedes-Benz has just presented a concept of the future van transportation. The Vision Van has an electric engine, it is controlled with a joystick and there are two autonomous drones to deliver a cargo. 
9/9/2016, Transportation, Milan Šurkala
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