The Thirsty Bag is a very clever new product from the folks at iFixit, masters of device teardowns and repair manuals. Introducing the Thirsty Bag – the bag that is guaranteed to absorb 100% of the water out of your device and help get it running again. The Thirsty Bag is big enough to work for PSPs, watches, cameras, calculators, PDAs, and more. We use molecular sieves, the best in desiccant technology, inside the bags to absorb the maximum amount of water from the environment.
Fair warning: using the Thirsty Bag will ensure that there will be no liquid left inside to cause a short, but it will not guarantee that your device will work afterwards. This is obviously the sort of product that you’re going to hope to never use, but be eternally grateful for if you do happen to spill liquid on your precious iPhone. I was wondering do you have any distrubutor of the Thirsty bag in Ireland and if you do not, i may be interested and if you could send me on the bulk order price for them. Those are pretty cool units, I think there are some free flight sims online that will get you used to the controls before you buy. It serves as a handy rescue pal to have around in case you ever spill liquid on your iPhone. Using the Thirsty Bag directly after an accident can dramatically reduce the chances of a short.

It can even dry your larger electronics, like iPads and DSLR cameras, if you use a larger sealable bag. Molecular sieves work by allowing small molecules (such as water) through their pores while concurrently blocking out larger molecules (the rest of your device). For $6.95 I’d say it’s a good deal that will offer peace of mind for those who have any worries at all about spills (and really who doesn’t have those worries?).
It’s basically just a clear lens with a rubberized foam material that holds it in place.
It’s a little overpriced for what it is but no worse than the rest of the hero 3 accessories on the market.
It is touted as being far more effective than any ‘homebrew’ method of drying off and salvaging a liquid-damaged device – in fact they’re guaranteed to absorb all the water out of a device without any risk of damage.
You’ll use a bandage if you get shot (and it’ll even extract the bullet for you in this example), but it won’t guarantee that you’ll live.
Basically it sounds like Canon knows that its 1080p-shooting DSLRs have significant competition from RED’s 4K cameras, especially now that the sub-$10,000 RED Scarlet is on its way. While the hero 3 is reasonably durable, the lens is left exposed when it’s out of the case. I don’t do much underwater shooting so this will probably get a lot of use with the battle cage I have coming.

So just as it’s handy to have some bandages around in case you get into a gunfight, it’s handy to have the Thirsty Bag around just in case you drop your iPhone into the toilet while reading this blog post. The C300 isn’t a 4K camera, but it does have an 8-megapixel Super 35 (full-frame 35mm) CMOS sensor capable of capturing 1080p at up to 60 frames per second. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of Ziff Davis, LLC. It sounds like the new sensor (simultaneously?) captures three, full-HD R, G, and B video signals, too, which should improve image quality and color accuracy. Of the five lenses, two are zooms (14.5-60mm and 30-300mm) that come in either EF or PL format, PL being a 35mm film camera mount. This means that the zoom lenses will work perfectly across every Canon EOS camera (including the cropped APS-C and APS-H DSLRs), the C300, the 1D and 5D, and a bunch of film cameras.

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