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Defog It - Keeps Optics Fog-Free

Clarity Defog It (TM) is available as reusable towelettes or an all-in-one cleaner and anti-fog.

Clarity Defog It Anti-Fog Gets Hunters Focused for Deer Season - Keeps Shooting Glasses and Eyewear Fog-Free Safe All Day

Clarity Defog It (TM) is available as reusable towelettes or an all-in-one cleaner and anti-fog.

Deer hunting season is in full swing and hunters are taking to the woods with a new safety accessory: Clarity Defog It™ anti-fog liquid and towelettes for shooting glasses, eyeglasses and scopes.

Valley View, Ohio (Vocus/PRWEB ) December 4, 2009 -- Deer hunting season is in full swing and hunters are taking to the woods with a new safety accessory: Clarity Defog It™ anti-fog liquid and towelettes for shooting glasses, eyeglasses and scopes.

The early morning chill or changeable temperatures throughout the day can fog up shooting glasses or regular eyewear. Even the lens on a spotting scope is susceptible. The result? A perfect shot can become a foggy blur. Obscured vision can also be a serious safety hazard in the woods.

Clarity Defog It anti-fog liquid and Clarity Defog It anti-fog towelettes have a formula used by the military around the world in vision-critical situations. Just one application can keep optics fog-free up to all day. Clarity Defog It anti-fog is safe and effective on all eyeglass lenses, goggles and optics, even today’s high-tech anti-reflective and super-hydrophobic lenses. See a video demonstration at http://www.nanofilmproducts.com/video/defogit.htm

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New Camera Provides Affordable HD Recording for Motorsports Enthusiasts

Hoyttech's MSR-200 High Definition Motorsports Camera is the first Point of View camera specifically designed for the Auto Racing and Motorsports user

Candia, NH (PRWEB) October 21, 2009 -- Hoyt Technologies, Inc. http://www.hoyttech.com introduces the industries first on board HD video camera designed specifically for motorsports and other on board applications. Until now, Motorsports users have had to rely on products design mainly for helmet mounting or expensive bulky on board options.

"Our goal in developing and releasing the MSR-200 was to combine the affordability and small size of a helmet camera, with the high quality and ease of use of a traditional racing camera. The resulting product is an affordable, high quality video recording system that can be mounted and operated from just about anywhere on board your race car, motorcycle, boat or ATV." - Chris Royer, President. Hoyt Technologies.

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New GPS from Garmin Introduced


Garmin® Unveils Sleek New Edge® 500 Cycling GPS, High-powered for the Pros, Low-priced for the People

OLATHE, Kan./September 1, 2009/Business Wire — Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, today announced the aerodynamic Edge 500, an evolutionary leap in cycling technology. Weighing a mere 2 ounces, Edge 500 features a high-sensitivity GPS receiver, requires no calibration, can be switched quickly and easily between bicycles and connects wirelessly with ANT+™ compatible third-party power meters.

“Using feedback from the best focus group imaginable – the Pro Tour cyclists of Team Garmin-Slipstream, we’ve developed a lightweight cycling computer that’s powerful enough for the pros yet simple enough for beginners,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin’s vice president of worldwide sales. “Sitting sleek and snug on a redesigned handlebar mount, Edge 500 streamlines your cycling statistics for a fraction of the cost of comparable head units.”

Designed for performance cyclists, the GPS-enabled Edge 500 tracks speed, distance, time, GPS position, elevation, calories burned, climb and descent. For extra-precise climb and descent data, Edge 500 incorporates a barometric altimeter to pinpoint changes in elevation. Combining more data than ever into one device, Edge 500 syncs wirelessly through ANT+™ technology with compatible third-party power meters. Edge 500 also pairs wirelessly with Garmin speed/cadence sensors and features advanced heart rate-based calorie computation when used with a Garmin heart rate monitor. Boasting a high-sensitivity GPS receiver with HotFixTM that quickly acquires and maintains satellite reception, the Edge 500 also displays temperature readings, changes time zones automatically and alerts riders if they’re moving but the timer is not running. With up to 18 hours of battery life, Edge 500 features a low-profile, quarter-turn mount that fits easily on the stem or handlebars.

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Ricoh Optimizes 500SE GPS-Enabled Digital Camera

500SE with SE-2
New features provide improved GPS and data-collection capabilities

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 13, 2009 -- Ricoh America's Corporation, a leading provider of digital office equipment and business solution cameras, today announced at the ESRI User Conference in San Diego the release of major hardware and firmware enhancements to its 500SE GPS-ready camera.

To provide the best solution for GIS workflows that require quality images, Ricoh has announced the new SE-2 GPS module line for the 500SE to provide superior GPS reception, capabilities and accuracy. The SE-2 modules, designed by EKA Technologies, Inc, incorporates state-of-the-are GPS components into a small, power-efficient, and ruggedized housing that attaches to the side of the 500SE, providing an all-in-one geo-imaging solution.

"The SE-2 represents Ricoh's commitment to provide cutting-edge technology to its customers," said Jeff Lengyel, national manager for Ricoh's Camera Division. 'Unlike other GPS cameras and imaging devices with built-in GPS, the 500SE was designed with a modular approach to ensure the camera's capabilities follows the rapid technology curve in the GPS industry.'

The new modules are available in two versions. The SE-2g provides GPS capability while the SE-2c offers GPS and a 3-axis compass for direction (azimuth) information.  Key advantages of the SE-2 modules are its small form-factor, significant power saving capabilities and faster GPS fix times, due to it new helix antenna. The SE-2c and SE-2g are also less expensive then previous modules with a MSRP of $169.00 and $399.00 respectively.

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Garmin Announces Motorcycle-friendly GPS

“Garmin and BMW are known within their respective industries for providing high-quality, high-end products with superior customer satisfaction and support,” said Roger Jollis, Garmin’s director of OEM and mobile marketing. “By equipping BMW motorcycles with the BMW Motorrad Navigator IV, riders can let the GPS device deliver spoken turn-by-turn instructions while they focus on the road and enjoy a worry-free ride.”

This portable, 4.3-inch navigator has a bright touchscreen display that is glove-friendly and comes preloaded with detailed street maps with millions of points of interest that include locations like restaurants, gas stations, ATMs, hotels and specific street addresses. After the rider selects a destination, the system calculates the best route and gives turn-by-turn, voice-prompted directions to the final destination. This feature can also work with a compatible Bluetooth enabled helmet or headset. The BMW Motorrad Navigator IV’s stereo (A2DP) Bluetooth wireless technology makes it possible for riders to pair their phone to a Bluetooth enabled helmet or handset so that they can safely talk on the phone or listen to MP3’s without having to remove their gloves or helmet.

The BMW Motorrad Navigator IV comes with a BMW exclusive, four-button motorcycle mount that enables many quick-key functions for extra control and usability. The mount and GPS device are vibration-tested, waterproof (IEC 529 IPX-7 standards), and designed to withstand fuel sprays and UV rays.

While riding, it is easy to access trip information directly from the BMW Motorrad Navigator IV’s trip information page like speed, heading, altitude, and a customizable fuel gauge that can be modified to the motorcycle’s maximum fuel range. It also has sophisticated routing capabilities so that riders will never have to wonder if they are in the correct lane, because the device will guide them with arrows to the appropriate lane for approaching turns or exits. In some major metropolitan areas, surrounding buildings are displayed in a 3D transparent view.

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